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48th Annual PAP Convention, Iloilo August 2011: ABSTRACT GUIDELINES AND SUBMISSION Deadline of Submission: 15 March 2011

February 26, 2011

Abstracts for the 48th PAP Annual Convention are invited for
submission in the following categories:
1. Paper/Poster abstracts can be submitted for presentations of
empirical research papers, theoretical/concept papers, or papers
documenting practice. No research proposals will be accepted
(empirical research must have been completed and have not been
published). The paper abstract word limit is 250-300.

2. Abstracts for presentation in a symposium can be from empirical
research papers, theoretical/concept papers or papers documenting
practice. Papers in a symposium will be limited to 3-4. The word limit
for symposium abstracts is 250-350, and the word limit for paper
abstracts in the symposium is 150.

For paper/poster abstracts, please fill out the paper abstract form.
For a panel or symposium, please fill out the symposium abstract form.
Abstract forms (sent to the pap e-group) should be emailed to

Deadline for submission is March 15, 2011.

All abstracts will be evaluated by members of the Scientific Program
Notification of acceptance will be on April 15, 2011. In case more
than 1 paper is accepted, please note that each participant may
present only one paper or one symposium.



Survey of Philippine Psychologists and Psychometricians.

April 5, 2008


The PAP is gathering information on psychologists and psychometricians who are practicing in the Philippines as part of its efforts to expedite the passage of our Psychology Bill. The PAP was asked by the sponsor of the Psychology Bill in the Philippine Congress and the Philippine Regulation Commission to come up with the list of Psychologists (with at least MA or MS in Psychology) in the Philippines and a list of Psychometricians (with at least a BS Psychology degree). The list is particularly important as the PAP would like to protect professional psychologists and psychometricians who may be adversely affected by the current IRR of the Guidance and Counseling Act.


Please download the PAP survey form and forward it to the Psychological Association of the Philippines using its email address: or its fax facility: 02-453-8257. 

We also encouraged and appreciate it if this information together with the survey form be forwarded to all concerned.