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Prof dr. Deanne Den Hartog was elected to join the Board of Directors of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) during the recently held meetings at the International Conference for Applied Psychology in Athens.

Prof dr. Deanne Den Hartog was elected to join the Board of Directors of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) during the recently held meetings at the International Conference for Applied Psychology in Athens.

The IAAP is the oldest international association of psychologists. Founded in 1920, it now has over 1.500 members from more than 80 countries. Its mission is "...to promote the science and practice of applied psychology and to facilitate interaction and communication about applied psychology around the world".The IAAP has 16 divisions, including the large division of Organizational Psychology. Activities of the IAAP include organizing a world congress of applied psychology every 4 years. The 26th ICAP will be held in Athens July 16-21, 2006 and the 27th will be held in Melbourne, 2010. IAAP offers training and has several prestigious scholarly awards. The IAAP publishes a quarterly Applied Psychology - an International Review (Blackwell Publishers), a well-respected scientific periodical, as well as major handbooks in the area, news letters and conference proceedings. IAAP has the status of Non Govermental Organization (NGO) before United Nations and the status of Affiliate Member of the International Social Science Council (ISSC) within the umbrella of UNESCO and the World Federation of Mental Health, NGO of UN. IAAP also maintains contact with the International Labour Office (ILO) and the World Health Organization (WHO).