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Presentation
How Racism Impacts the development of Postpartum Depression Symptoms in Hispanic Women
30th Meeting of the International Congress of Psychology
  • K. Doyle
  • J. A. Augustin
  • I. Boules
  • William I Dorfman, Nova Southeastern University
  • Lewis E. John, Nova Southeastern University
Event Location / Date(s)
Cape Town, South Africa / July 22-27, 2015
Document Type
Poster
Presentation Date
7-22-2012
Disciplines
Description
The 30th International Congress of Psychology will be held in Cape Town, South Africa from the 22nd to 27th of July 2012. This Congress is the first to be held in Africa and is organised by the National Research Foundation of South Africa and the Psychological Society of South Africa in Partnership with key South African Universities and the Psychological Associations of neighboring Countries. The theme of the Congress will be "Psychology Serving Humanity". The Congress will highlight how Psychology translate its Science and practice into the Knowledge, Skills and tools that are able to underpin the human condition. 300 Global leaders in their fields will deliver their addresses and Symposium and there will be illuminating state of the Science Lectures and controversial debates on topics of current interest. Event Abstract
Citation Information
K. Doyle, J. A. Augustin, I. Boules, William I Dorfman, et al.. "How Racism Impacts the development of Postpartum Depression Symptoms in Hispanic Women" 30th Meeting of the International Congress of Psychology (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/william-dorfman/46/