Dear friends and colleagues,

We are delighted to announce the very first Southeast Asian Indigenous Psychology Scientific Meeting (SEA-IP 2021) which will be hosted virtually on 4th – 5th December, 2021 by Culture and Health Lab under Monash University Malaysia, sponsored by Asian Association of Social Psychology. This scientific meeting, themed as“Development of Indigenous Psychology in Southeast Asia: Past, Present, and Future” will be a platform to share research highlights and form research collaborations between Southeast Asian (SEA) scholars on indigenous psychology (IP) research.

Applications for registration and abstract submissions are now open via our website here ( or through the QR codes in our flyer SEA-IP 2021 FLYER until September 30th, 2021. Early career researchers and students are especially welcomed to submit abstracts for oral presentation. Accepted abstracts will also be invited for full paper presentation for an Awards competition, and potentially as contribution to a Special Issue in the Asian Journal of Social Psychology.

For more information, we invite you to refer to our flyer and website. Feel free to direct any further enquiries to



SEA-IP 2021 Organizing Committee

Southeast Asia Indigenous Psychology Scientific Meeting



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