ACPID is the premier scientific conference in Australia for personality and individual differences research. Researchers with interests in traits, abilities, and other aspects of human variation will find a receptive multidisciplinary audience to engage with their work.
The Australian Conference on Personality and Individual Differences (ACPID) 2019 was held at QUT Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane, on the 29th and 30th of November.
ACPID 2020 will be held at ANU in Canberra. Please check back for updates soon!
HERE IS THE 2019 CONFERENCE PROGRAM.
PROFESSOR BRIAN LITTLE
University of Cambridge, UK
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR PEGGY KERN
The University of Melbourne
Academic Sessions, Venue & Events
Call for Papers is now closed. Please contact the committee if you would like to register. Participants must register at least 48 hours prior to the conference.
Academic sessions will take place within the modern facilities of the QUT Business School (Z Block Gardens Point). The official conference dinner will be held at the scenic Green Deck on the rooftop of Queensland Parliament House on the first night of the conference (November 29). A licensed poster session and closing event will be held on campus on the final afternoon of the conference (November 30). In addition, Dr Jeromy Anglim will present a workshop the day before the conference (November 28) that provides and introduction to R (morning session) and an overview of Structural Equation Modelling with R (afternoon session).
The registration fee of $295 ($260 early bird) covers attendance at all sessions, licensed poster session reception, conference pack, plus coffee, refreshments, and lunch on both days of the conference. Students pay a reduced fee of $160 ($140 early bird). The preconference workshop is $90 (full day) or $50 for either morning or afternoon session.
Student Scholarships and Prizes
Scholarships will be available to support students travelling great distances (e.g., Western Australia, Northern Territory, New Zealand, rural areas). Prizes will be also awarded at the close of the conference for the best student contributions to the conference.
Travel To & Around Brisbane
The conference venue and hotels are approximately 20 minutes from Brisbane airport by taxi and 50 minutes by train. All conference activities are walkable from the conference hotels and from Brisbane’s Southbank Train Station. Exploring Brisbane is also easy by foot, CityCyle, the free bus loop, the river CityCats, or train. Local attractions include South Bank, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the Gallery of Modern Art, and the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.
ACPID 2019 is sponsored by the QUT Business School, the Melbourne University Personality Processes Lab, and AdaptiQ Minds.