ACPID 2022
December 2-3
More information will be available soon
about the Dec 2-3, 2022 conference at
Federation University, Gippsland, Victoria

ACPID is the premier scientific conference in Australasia 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.

ACPID 2022 will take place on 2-3 December 2022 in Churchill, Victoria, on Gunaikurnai land. 

This year’s meeting is being run as a country retreat, with all accommodation, meals, social events, and scientific proceedings to be held on the beautiful Federation University Gippsland Campus. We hope this special format will make up for the last two years during which the ACPID community were unable to come together in person.

For 2022, the price includes registration, 2 night’s accommodation (Thursday night and Friday night – pillow, full bed linen, and towel included), meals (dinner Thursday and Friday night, lunch and morning/afternoon tea on Friday and Saturday) drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and ACPID membership for 1 year.

More infromation about the costs associated with attending the 2022 conference can be found on the Events & Registration page

The final program for ACPID222 is also now available. 

Final ACPID 2022 conference program

Keynote Speakers 2022

Our Keynote Speakers for 2022 will be Dr Natalie Loxton (Griffith University) and Professor Rapson Gomez (Federation University)

Adjunct Professor Rapson Gomez

Federation University

Dr Natalie Loxton

Griffith University

Invited Symposia for 2022

AProf Pat DunlopSession Title: Individual Difference at the Workplace: Insights into Personnel Selection and Working Styles

Presenter names:  

Patrick Dunlop (Future of Work Institute, Curtin University): Improving the Experiences of Forced-Choice Assessment in High-Stakes Settings

Serena Wee (School of Psychological Science, UWA): Enhancing Diversity by Hiring on Vocational Interests: A Pareto-Optimal Diversity Tradeoff Curve Approach

Josh Wood (Department of Management, Deakin University): A Less Evaluative Measure of Personality in a Job Applicant Context: The Effect on Faking and Criterion Validity

Jeromy Anglim (School of Psychology, Deakin University): Working from Home: Personality, Well-Being, Demographic, and Performance Correlates

Michael David Wilson (Future of Work Institute, Curtin University): Examining Individual Differences in the Dynamics of Strain and Stress under Flexible Work using Continuous Time Structural Equation Modelling

Who we are

The annual Australasian Congress on Personality and Individual Differences is held in a different city each year attracting delegates from around Australia, and the World.

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Network with experts

The conference setting provides the opportunity to network, and talk with world-renowned academics about their field of study.

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About ACPID

APCID is governed by an elected committee. We is a non-profit organisation that aims to promote basic and applied research into the psychology of human individuality. 

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