The program featured interesting presentations on current issues. Prof. Matthias Ziegler presented the European psychologists' standpoint on the current regulation of Medical Devices (MDR) by the European Parliament. The idea of considering psychological tests, including their electronic versions, as medical devices raises many controversies. Prof. Anastasios Stalikas showcased numerous advantages of "positive leadership," drawing on relevant research in the field. Prof. Andreas Papanikolaou gave a lecture on the highly relevant topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities. During the discussion, attention was drawn to the fact that, similar to other previous inventions, it is challenging to predict the potential consequences of widespread AI utilization and its development.
Participants of the conference were also invited to an extraordinary concert held at the Odeon theatre, built by Herodes Atticus in 161 AD in memory of his wife. Teodor Currentzis, a Greek conductor working on his artistic project called Utopia, presented Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 3.
Tools for measuring parental stress PSI-4 and SIPA in the computer research version on the Epsilon platform
We are in solidarity with Ukraine!
This year, the event was organized by the Polish Society of Organizational Psychology, and we had the honor of being one of the sponsors of the conference.
The book by the authors of the Polish adaptation of the WISC®-V: Prof. Anna Matczak, Aleksandra Jaworowska, PhD, Joanna Stańczak and Iwona Bac
Leiter-3 can be administered not only to persons aged 3 to 20 years (as before), but also to people aged 21-70+.
We are pleased to announce that the Quick Naming Test for Older children (TSN-S) can now also be used to examine children aged 13–16 years.