Annual Meeting

SCCR 2020 will be held in Seattle, Washington.

You can now access the conference website for registration and abstract submission details here.  And, you can now book your room for SCCR at the Seattle Renaissance Hotel here. 

Submission guidelines for talk and poster abstracts are outlined below. Please note that the abstract submission deadline is October 31, 2019.

Early registration for the conference ends November 26, 2019; regular pricing ends January 26, 2020.

SCCR 2020 (Edited)

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Information about abstracts for SCCR 2020 oral presentations, posters, or symposia:

Abstracts for oral presentations and posters can be up to a maximum of 500 words. Abstracts for a symposium should be up to a maximum of 500 words describing the overall symposium, including references to the contribution of each subsequent presentation within the symposium. We suggest no more than 5 presenters per symposium. Text can be entered directly into the abstract location on the submission page or can be cut and pasted from a text document. There is no mechanism for uploading a pdf. Please note: the submission portal will be open until October 31, 2019 and submissions can be edited at any time prior to this deadline.

Accepted posters should be printed as a single unit of no more than 32 inches by 48 inches. Posters should be formatted as a horizontal display.

Early registration for the conference ends November 26, 2019; regular pricing ends January 26, 2020. Follow this link for abstract submission and registration:


Updates Before 2016

Fathers across Cultures: The Importance, Roles, and Diverse Practices of Dads. by Jaipaul L. Roopnarine, Editor  Praeger, 2015. Book Information

Pathfinders in International Psychology; 2015; Published by Information Age Publishing (the first book in the new APA Division 52 (International Division) book series); edited by Grant J. Rich and Uwe P. Gielen. Book Information

The Global Obama; 2014, published by Routledge; edited by Dinesh Sharma & Uwe P. Gielen

Fathers in Cultural Context;  (Routledge 2013; edited by David Shwalb, Barbara Shwalb, & Michael Lamb; with chapters by several SCCR members), and winner of 2014 Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award (APA Division 52).

2013 Presidential Address at Mobile Conference;  by Dr. William Jankowiak.

Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy in an International Context; 2013; published by Routledge; edited by Roy Moodley, Uwe P. Gielen, & Rosa Wu.

Dedoose Web 2.0 Qualitative & Mixed Methods Research; courtesy of Dr. Thomas Weisner.

Vietnamese American Psychological Association; courtesy of Dr. Dung Ngo.