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The International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) was established on March 1, 1972 and held its inaugural meeting in Hong Kong in August, 1972. The Association now has a worldwide membership drawn from many diverse cultural backgrounds.
Aims of organisationEdit
From their website the aim of the IACCP is to further the study of the role of cultural factors in shaping human behavior. By meetings, conferences, publications and interpersonal exchanges, they provide a channel for communication and cooperation among its members and a means of drawing the attention of other psychologists and scientists to the dynamic interactions between culture and behavior. IACCP is also committed through its constitution to the pursuit of excellence in scholarship and research, to the application of knowledge in the amelioration of social problems, and to the maintenance of high standards of ethical behavior among its members.