The International Congress on Sport and Exercise Psychology is the 9th Edition of the successful congresses organised by the Asian-South Pacific Association of Sports Psychology (ASPASP). The ASPASP congress has been organised once every four years since the establishment of ASPASP in Singapore in 1989. ASPASP has held 8 congresses since 1991.
Presently, the ASPASP congresses are highly regarded and recognised by the Sport and Exercise communities in terms of its quality, standards and impact across the globe.
This congress aims to share current research findings, good practises and provide opportunities for collaboration and networking with colleagues, fellow counterparts and students within the Asian-South Pacific regions. It also aims to amplify our expected role in meeting the psychological and mental health needs of athletes and non-athletes, and practitioners to share their best practises and challenges within the sports and exercise psychology disciplines.
This congress also hopes to provide a platform for discussing the future direction of sport science, specifically in the field sports and exercise psychology. In addition, we will be having speakers, presenters, and participants from all over the Asian South-Pacific region which span the whole of Asia, Australasia and the South-Pacific Islands showcasing their related works from their respective countries.
Fostering Partnership and Collaboration through Applied Technological Innovation: Advancing Sport and Exercise Psychology in Asia.
1. Applied sport and social psychology
2. Health and Exercise Psychology
3. Counselling and Clinical Psychology in sports
4. Motor Control and Learning
5. Biomechanics, Data Mining and Machine Learning in sports.
All accepted papers will be published in the proposed Scopus-indexed proceedings.