A Lecturer at YSU Department of Guidance and Counseling Participated in the International Congress of Applied Psychology 2014 in Paris, France
Most of the time, Indonesian students learn from learning sources that are based on the publications of research conducted in European countries and United States of America. There is less knowledge that they gain through learning from research findings in Asian countries. That is one of the reasons that Yulia Ayriza, M.Si., Ph.D., a lecturer teaching at the Department of Guidance and Counseling , Faculty of Education, Yogyakarta State University, disseminated her research findings through participating in an international conference.
Her paper entitled ‘Does Children’s Grade in School Moderate the Influence of Gender on Their Gender Role and Career interests?’ was presented in the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology 2014 in Paris, France conducted from July 8 to13, 2014. Based on her research in Indonesian school and cultural context, she brought up her research findings which added new diversity of research conducted in Asian context. This year’s theme, From Crisis to Sustainable Well-Being, covers topics in 18 fields of applied psychology such as education, industry, social culture, politics, sports and health.