Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology was established in 2010 and serves as a center for research, development, education, and research dissemination of indigenous contemporary Indonesian psychological dynamics with a constructive realism approach. The center has been active in various bench-marking efforts and collaborations with National Taiwan University, Inha University of South Korea, and Tokyo University.

Hosting International Conferences and Short Courses

The center has hosted the first International Conference of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology (ICICP) in 2010 and the tenth ICICP in 2019 with more than three hundred participants from around the world.

Student Internship Opportunity

We encourage local and international students to engage in our research activities as intern researchers in one of our six research clusters: social relation, deception and culture, mental health and culture, spirituality, youth, and mobility, as well as trust and trust worthiness.

For more information, please visit our website.