Events & Registration

Join us on 2-3 December 2022 in Churchill, Victoria, on Gunaikurnai land

2022 Conference

Early-bird registrations are now open.

The APCID 2022 ticket price will include on-campus accommodation, all meals, admittance to the scientific sessions, and annual ACPID membership.

The early-bird ticket prices are as follows:

• Staff: $500 ($600 after 31st October 2022) [includes registration, accommodation and meals]
• Students: $350 ($450 after 31stOctober 2022) [includes registration, accommodation and meals]

You can register using the button below:

REGISTER

The draft program for the 2022 ACPID conference is now available

2022 Final Conference Program

About ACPID 2022

We are pleased to announce that the 2022 Australasian Congress for Personality and Individual Differences (ACPID) 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 in Churchill. 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.

Highlights of the ACPID 2022 scientific program include Keynote presentations from Dr Natalie Loxton (Griffith University) and Professor Rapson Gomez (Federation University), and invisted symposium organised by Associate Professor Patrick Dunlop (Curtin University), and more to be announced soon!

The ACPID 2022 ticket price will include on-campus accommodation, meals and alcohol, admittance to the scientific sessions, and ACPID membership for 1 year.

The early-bird ticket prices are as follows:

General Admission: $500 ($600 after 31st October 2022)

Student Admission: $350 ($450 after 31st October 2022.

This 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.

Basic breakfast essentials will be provided. Accommodations will be units of ~ 8 private rooms. Bathrooms are shared. Each unit block has a kitchen and lounge area, so you are welcome to bring your own food/necessities.

Accommodation will be in the South Residence (student accommodation). More Gippsland campus information, including directions and a map, can be found in this link:

https://federation.edu.au/about-us/our-campuses/gippsland-campus

For any queries you may visit the conference website at https://www.acpid.org or email us at acpid@acpid.org.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Luke Smillie (President and co-organiser)
Carolyn McCann (Vice President)
Evita March (Secretary and lead organiser)
Natalie Loxton (Treasurer)

Student Trivia Night 2022

Are you a student coming along to ACPID 2022? If so, join us for an evening of Trivia fun on 1 December, 8pm (after dinner).

This event will include light post-dinner snacks and drinks.

Details for this evening can be found in the poster below. If you intend on coming to this event, please register your interest here (for catering purposes), and we will send you more detailed information before the commencement of the conference.

We look forward to seeing you at Trivia!

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

Trivia Flyer

PAST ACPID WORKSHOPS

Interdisciplinary Applications of Conducting Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses

The first workshop for 2022 will be a 1-day workshop focused on conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses. This workshop is run in association with the University of Sydney and is funded via a 2021 USYD Student Life Co-curricular Grant received by Sarah A. Walker.

The first, in association with the University of Sydney, will be a 1-day workshop focused on conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses.

The workshop will be a “hands on” demonstration of conducting a review from start through to completion. We will use an existing published dataset (which will be emailed to you after registration). The statistical component of the meta-analysis practical demonstration will use two different platforms: (1) R-statistics with Dr Kit Double; and (2) Meta-essentials with Associate Professor Carolyn MacCann – these two sessions will run simultaneously between 2:30 and 4pm.