Dr. Raymond Chan from the Neuropsychology and Applied Cognitive Neuroscience (NACN) Laboratory and CAS Key Laboratory of Mental Health，Institute of Psychology was invited to contribute to the symposium, titled “Evolving perspectives on mental health issues in clinical and subclinical samples: Evidence from longitudinal data” at the International Convention of Psychological Science in Paris, France. The symposium was organized by Prof. Patrick Leung, the co-director of the IPCAS-CUHK Joint Laboratory on Bio-social Psychology. Dr. Chan’s talk was on “Network analysis of schizotypal personality traits and their association with other subclinical psychiatric features”. Other speakers included Prof. Patrick Leung and Dr. Suzanne So from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Prof. Cecilia Essau from the Roehampton University, UK.
Moreover, Dr. Chan and the key members of the IPCAS-CUHK Joint Laboratory on Bio-social Psychology (Prof. Patrick Leung and Dr. Suzanne So) were also invited by Dr. Alan Kraut, the Executive Director of the Psychological Science Accreditation System, USA to sit in special meeting discussing about the international training issues of Clinical Sciences during the conference. The invited attendees came from all over the world including United States of America, Australia, United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany and France. Profs. Fang Fang and Xinhua Liu from Peking University also sat in the discussion.
A group photo for the international training issues of Clinical Sciences
A snapshot for the presenters of the symposium on “Evolving perspectives on mental health issues in clinical and subclinical samples: Evidence from longitudinal data”
Institute of Psychology