Keynote and Plenary Speakers

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Keynote Speakers:  Opening Session

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David Comissiong     Biography and Abstract
Barbados

Reparations: A Caribbean constructed Instrument for Survival and Transformation

 
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Marcia Sutherland       Biography and Abstract
State University of New York-Albany, USA

Pan-Caribbean Psychology: A Tool for Caribbean Regional Development

 

Plenary: Unmasking the Past - Caribbean Identity

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Gloria Wekker        Biography and Abstract
University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

Yu na mama, we na pikin'o/you are the mother, we are your children. Relations between working-class Afro-Surinamese mothers and their sons and daughters

 
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Gail Ferguson       Biography 
University of Illinois, United States/ Jamaica

Modeling Nonlinear Dynamics of Caribbean Identity

 

Plenary : Claiming Our Future: Health and Wellness

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Omowale Amuleru-Marshall     Abstract
St. Georges University Grenada, and Guyana

Health Psychology or a Psychology for Health

 
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Milagros Meñdez         
Dominican Republic

Construction of Dominican identity: no soy de aquí, o soy de allá

 

Plenary : Our Future: Youth, Children and Education

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Lillian Ferrier       Abstract
Chair, Presidential TaskForce Youth, Director Foundation for Human Development

The Science of Psycohlogy Applied to Developing a National Policy for Children and Adolescents

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Tobi Graafsma     Biography and Abstract
Anton de Kom University, Suriname

Dark clouds over their future: Remarks on the prevalence and prevention of violence against children in Suriname

 

Plenary : Caribbean Psychology Education and Training

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Peter Weller              Biography and Abstract
University of the West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago, and Jamaica

Whither Caribbean Clinical Psychology?

 
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Guillermo Bernal       Biography & Abstract
University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico

Indigenization of Psychology in the Caribbean: Progress and Status in Scholarship, Research, and Education

 

Plenary : Facing New Challenges in Psychology

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Saths Cooper           Abstract
IUPsyS, South Africa

Critical issues psychology must confront

 
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Ishtar Govia       Biography & Abstract
University of the West Indies, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago

Old Things Still New: Psychology and Caribbean Realities

 

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