ACERP2015

Conference Theme: “Power”

March 26–29, 2015 | Osaka International Conference Center, Osaka, Japan

ACERP2015 was a joint interdisciplinary event with ACP2015 that enabled 270 delegates to engage in an exciting programme. The programme addressed the central aim of the conference theme in a variety of ways – through the presentation of conference papers that drew upon solid empirical research and developed theoretical and conceptual insights, and also through synergetic networking opportunities across a variety of research approaches.

The ACERP2015 Organising Committee was thrilled to welcome such a strong international line-up of Keynote and Featured Speakers, including Professor Mimi Bong of Brain and Motivation Research Institute (bMRI) at Korea University, Professor Satoru Nishizawa of Yamanashi Prefectural University, Japan, Professor James McNally, Director of the NACDA Programme on Aging, University of Michigan, and Professor Thomas Brian Mooney of Charles Darwin University, Australia. All were inspiring in their commitment to world-class research and the outstanding and informative ways in which they presented their latest projects.

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