The "2nd International Congress on Psychology & Behavioral Sciences" is open to participants from all around the world, and SciTechSeries gladly welcomes you to participate with the theme "MENTAL HEALTH AND INNOVATION IN THE INDUSTRIAL ERA 4.0". Psychology Congress 2024 will be a two-day conference held in Zurich,Switzerland on June 19-20, 2024. It will feature prompt Keynote presentations, Oral Presentations, Poster presentations, Young Research Forum, Workshops, E-Posters and Exhibitions.
The American Psychological Association describes psychology as the scientific study of the mind and behavior. Human development, sports, health, clinical, social behavior, and cognitive processes are just a few of the numerous subfields of psychology that may be studied. The majority of science's advancements in psychology have occurred within the last 150 years or more. However, it may be dated back to ancient Greece, between 400 and 500 BC.
Psychology conferences will cover a wide range of topics related to psychology, counting but not constrained to cognitive psychology, social psychology, formative psychology, and clinical psychology. There will be keynote speeches from prominent psychologists, as well as panel discourses and workshops on various points. Participants will have the opportunity to organize with other experts within the field and learn about the most recent inquiries and patterns in psychology. Psychology conference is additionally an awesome opportunity for experts to win proceeding instruction credits and remain up-to-date on the most recent advancements within the field.
Neuropsychiatrists, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Neuro Specialists, Researchers, Medical Personnel, Professors, Business Leaders, Mental Health Nurses, Neuroscience Scientists, Lecturers, and Academic Students.
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Young Scientist Award recognition certificate and memento to the winners
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Past Conference Details
The previous series of Psychology & Behavioral Sciences 2023 was held at London, UK on May 25-26, 2023 based on the specific theme of “Challenges in Psychology & Behavioral Sciences” captures the collaborative spirit of the Conference which will be both a scientific and educational event.
The Conference offered unique opportunities for participants led to the international collaborations, exchange knowledge and experience in the prevention of healthcare associated infections and control of diseases around the World. The most resonating topics will be addressed including quality of patient care, advanced methods in hospitals epidemiology research and early results of major clinical trials in the field, improving prevention strategies using various implementation tools as well as social media, telemedicine, and simulation models.
Psychiatry is more important to the general population than ever, and with the increase in behavioral and mental health concerns that are reported, it may be puzzling as to why some people continue to overlook the negative effects of ignoring these symptoms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the suicide rate among Americans aged 35 to 64 increased by about 29% between 1999 and 2010. Two out of every five employees in Europe now disclose having mental health problems to their employers. Numerous studies, a rise in knowledge on a worldwide scale, and a change in the way that people see treating and assisting persons with behavioral or mental health difficulties have all certainly contributed to this. Neuropsychiatric diseases have been linked to around 14% of the world's disease burden, and by 2020, it is predicted that the burden of mental illness will need to rise to 15% of Disability Adjusted Life Years, which is referred to as the global burden of disease (DALYs).
Suicide, family dissolution, and diminished business can also go untreated in cases of psychological illness. In Europe, neuropsychiatric problems account for 19% of additional causes of failure to balance life years (DALYs), with cardiovascular problems accounting for just 4%. About 27% of the adult population had at least one of a variety of mental problems, including those brought on by drug abuse, psychosis, depression, anxiety, and nutritional problems. People of any age have a significant impact on many children's psychological maladjustment. In Europe, a survey is conducted on a regular basis to estimate the number of people who suffer from diverse or distinct types of psychological health issues. The market for advanced legal sciences was valued at US $2 billion in 2014, and it is expected to reach US $4.9 billion by 2021, according to investigation research.
In the European Region, mental illnesses are among the biggest public health problems in terms of prevalence, disease burden, or disability. The most prevalent psychological illnesses are depression and anxiety, which are said to impact more than a third of the population annually. When compared to males, women also have a twice as high prevalence of depressive illness. Equal numbers of men and women, ranging from 1% to 2% of the population, have various psychotic illnesses, and 5.6% of men and 1.3% of women have drug use problems. In all nations, individuals who are most disadvantaged tend to have higher rates of mental problems.
According to the WHO, almost 24 million people worldwide suffer from schizophrenia illness, and around 350 million people worldwide suffer from depression and other mental disorders. A survey indicates that around 77% of patients who undergo psychotherapy benefit from it or continue to be free of generalized anxiety disorder following treatment. Therefore, the market expansion will be driven by the significant advantages of psychiatric therapies to treat a range of illnesses.
Europe is regarded as the market for psychiatric treatments second-largest continent. The rise of the psychotherapy market will be fueled by the presence of organizations like the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, the British Psychoanalytic Council, and the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy. Mental health problems affect more than 84 million individuals. In Europe, over 10 million individuals every year suffer from mental problems. More than €600 billion is the economic cost of mental health issues in the EU. Anxiety, which may impact around 5.4% of the population, is followed by sadness, which can affect 4.5% of the population, and drug and alcohol problems, which can affect 2.4% of the population. According to a survey, 84.000 individuals died as a result of mental health issues.
Psychology-2024 with the theme "MENTAL HEALTH AND INNOVATION IN THE INDUSTRIAL ERA 4.0" will feature a variety of Special Keynote Sessions, Oral Presentations, Panel Discussions, Poster Presentations, Young Researcher Forums, E-Posters, Exhibitors, Questionnaires, and Networking Opportunities under the direction of the most exceptional and esteemed speakers who excel in the fields of Psychology, Psychiatry, Behavioral Sciences, Mental Health, and its allied fields.
Professor, Australian National University, Australia
Professor , Columbia University, United State
Professor, Southern Federal University, Russia
President OPA, University of Toronto, Canada
Professor, Institute of Psychopathology , Italy
Senior Lecturer Department of Psychology University Bath, UK