The 3rd International Conference on Education and Psychology (ICEAP 2017)

November 06-09, 2017 in Fukuoka, Japan

 Abstract Submission Extended: August 20, 2017


2017 International Conference on  Education and Psychology (ICEAP 2017) is scheduled to be held from November 06-09, 2017 in Fukuoka, Japan. ICEAP aims to provide a communication platform for scholars, professionals, academics and graduate students not only to present their recent and latest researches but also to share their thoughts and to discuss the future development in the field of  education and psychology.

Submission Deadline ExtendedJuly 20, August 20, 2017
Acceptance NotificationAugust 10, 2017
Registration DeadlineAugust 30, 2017
Conference DatesNovember 06-09, 2017


Ault and Continuing Education
Biology Education
Chemistry Education
Comparative Education
Curriculum, Research, and Development
Early Childhood Education
Education Policy and Administration/Leadership
Education Science
Educational Communications and Technology 
Educational Measurement and Evaluation
Educational research
Elementary Education 
Family Education
Graduate and Postgraduate School of Curriculum Instruction
Higher Education
Human Resource Development 
Information and Communications Technology in Education
Information and Computer Education
Language and Creative Writing
Language Education 
Mathematics Education
Physical Education
Preschool Education
Psychological Studies in Education
Rehabilitation Counseling
Rural Education 
Social Studies Education
Special Education
Teacher Training
Vocational Education


Consulting Psychology

Consumer Psychology

Culture Psychology

Development Psychology

Educational Psychology

Environmental Psychology

Experimental Psychology

General Psychology

Health Psychology

Industrial and Organizational Psychology

Measurement and Statistics

Media Psychology

Mental Diseases and , Psychotherapy

Military Psychology

Personality and Social Psychology

Psychological Psychology

Psychology of Law

Psychology of Religion

School Psychology

Sport Psychology