DEADLINE FOR PAPERS SUBMISSION: March, 15, 2023
THE UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HAPPINESS RESEARCH (Ukraine)
UNIVERSITY OF PERUGIA (Italy) DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND EDUCATION
PETROLEUM – GAS UNIVERSITY OF PLOIESTI (Romania) FACULTY OF ECONOMIC SCIENCES
G.S. KOSTIUK INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY OF NAES OF UKRAINE (Ukraine)
TARAS SHEVCHENKO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF KYIV (Ukraine) DEPARTMENT OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY OF UKRAINE
POLIS UNIVERSITY (Albania) FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT, ENVIRONMENT & URBAN PLANNING
EPOKA UNIVERSITY (Albania) FACULY OF ECONOMICS AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES
WORLD FEDERATION OF UKRAINIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONS
BOGOMOLETS NATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY (Ukraine) DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, BIOETHICS AND HISTORY OF MEDICINE, & MEDICAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL FACULTY
UNIVERSITY OF A CORUÑA (Spain) FACULTY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
Pursuit of happiness becomes crucial in a contemporary person’s mindset. Happiness becomes an object of neuroscientific and psychological studies. Relation of happiness to values, morality and freedom evokes baffling problems in philosophy. Happiness and human flourishing become a true criterion of economic and social development.
Our conference aims to create the European platform of an interdisciplinary international discussion on happiness and to attract scientific and public attention to the relevance of happiness problem for contemporary societies. We invite for discussion researchers in philosophy, medicine, neuroscience, biochemistry, biology, psychology, sociology, political science, economics, history, pedagogy and anthropology. We invite managers and businessmen to share their experience and to enrich their knowledge in raising business effectiveness.
Suggested areas for discussion:
- Contemporary philosophy of happiness.
- Positive psychology.
- Happiness and neuroscience.
- Happiness and quality of life in medicine and healthcare.
- Happiness, quality of life and economic development.
- Happiness and education system.
- Happiness, civil society, law and state management.
- Happiness, corporate culture and quality of life in management.
- Happiness, history and culture.
The conference will be held online at Zoom platform on March, 20, 2023.
There is also an option to send a recorded video of a speech to the Organizing Committee in advance.
The Conference Proceedings with ISBN will be published after the conference and each paper will have DOI index.
Since our mission is to popularize scientific knowledge on happiness, there will be a live stream of the conference on Youtube and Facebook and then the video-record of the conference will be in free access there.
This year there is NO participation fee. Participation and all e-materials (Certificate, Program, Conference Materials volume) are FREE.
Roman PURII, MD, MBA, Director and Co-funder of the Ukrainian Institute for Happiness Research (Ukraine);
Uliana LUSHCH–PURII, PhD, Associate Professor, Co-funder and Coordinator of International Cooperation of The Ukrainian Institute for Happiness Research, Department of Philosophy Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (Ukraine);
Andrii BAZYLEVYCH, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, President of the World Federation of Ukrainian Medical Associations, Department of Propedeutics of Internal Medicine at Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University, The Ukrainian Institute for Happiness Research (Ukraine);
Marco MOSCHINI, PhD, Associate Professor, International Coordinator of FISSUF, Dean of Master’s Degree in Philosophy and Ethics, Department of Philosophy, Social Science and Education, University of Perugia (Italy);
Claudia MAZZESCHI, PhD, Full Professor, Dean of Master’s Degree in Psychology, Department of Philosophy, Social Science and Education, University of Perugia (Italy);
Massimiliano MARIANELLI, PhD, Full Professor, Head of the Department of Philosophy, Social Science and Education, University of Perugia (Italy);
Serhii MAKSYMENKO, Prof., Dr. Sc., Academician of NAES of Ukraine, Director of G.S. Kostiuk Institute of Psychology of NAES of Ukraine (Ukraine);
Liudmyla SERDIUK, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Professor, Head of Chamata Laboratory of Psychology of Personality, G.S. Kostiuk Institute of Psychology of NAES of Ukraine (Ukraine);
Andrii PYZHYK, PhD in History, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Contemporary History of Ukraine, Faculty of History, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine);
Oksana SMORZHEVSKA, PhD in History, Associate Professor, Department of Contemporary History of Ukraine, Faculty of History, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine);
Alin DINITA, PhD, Associate Professor, Rector of Petroleum – Gas University of Ploiesti (Romania);
Irina Gabriela RADULESCU, PhD, Professor, Dean, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Petroleum – Gas University of Ploiesti (Romania);
Mirela PANAIT, PhD Habil., Professor, Vice Dean, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Petroleum – Gas University of Ploiesti (Romania);
Xhimi HYSA, PhD, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Management, Environment & Urban Planning, POLIS University (Аlbania);
Alba KRUJA (DEMNERI), PhD, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Epoka University (Albania);
Eglantina HYSA, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Epoka University (Albania);
Iryna VASYLIEVA, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Philosophy, Bioethics and History of Medicine, Bogomolets National Medical University (Ukraine);
Natalia ISHCHUK, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Full Professor, Department of Philosophy, Bioethics and History of Medicine, Bogomolets National Medical University, The Ukrainian Institute for Happiness Research (Ukraine);
Manuel Alberto GÓMEZ SUÁREZ, PhD, Full Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business , University of A Coruña (Spain);
Félix Sergio BLÁZQUEZ LOZANO, PhD, Associate Professor, Head of the Business Department, University of A Coruña (Spain);
Félix PUIME GUILLÉN, PhD, Associate Professor, the Business Department, University of A Coruña (Spain);
Ladislav KOVÁČ, Dr.Sc.,Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Comenius University (Slovakia);
Lukman RAIMI, PhD, Assistant Professor, Universiti Brunei Darussalam (Brunei Darussalam).
Dr Seligman is a pioneer of Positive Psychology, the Director of Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania and Zellerbach Family Professor of Psychology in the Penn (University of Pennsylvania) Department of Psychology. Dr Seligman is the author of PERMA model of wellbeing and the theory of learned helplessness . Dr Seligman is the author of 30 books and over 350 articles. Dr Seligman is one of the most cited psychologysts of the 21st century.
Dr Arden is the author
of 16 books (translated into 20 languages) and has conducted seminars in all US
States and 30 countries. Dr Arden’s study of neuropsychology has inspired him
to integrate neuroscience and psychotherapy, synthesizing the biological and
psychological into the 21st Century vision of psychotherapy: encompassing the
mind-brain-gene feedback loops.
Dr. Arden’s work incorporates what is currently
known about the brain and its capacities, including neuroplasticity and
neurogenesis, with psychoneuroimmunology, epigenetics, psychotherapy research,
mindfulness, nutritional neuroscience and social intelligence.
Dr Haybron is Professor of the Department of Philosophy at Saint Louis University. Dr Haybron works at the intersection of value theory and psychology, with emphases on a variety of topics relating to happiness, well-being and the good life, at both individual and policy levels. Dr Haybron was a project leader of the Templeton-funded project Happiness and Well-Being: Integrating Research Across the Disciplines which supported 21 research teams from 2015-2018.
AND PUBLICATION IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
1. To register and to choose a way of participation, fill out the online form following the link: https://forms.gle/3iE5GxJya4erNbqn9
2. All participants whose papers are accepted for publication will receive
Certificate of a Speaker, Conference Materials volume and Program of the Conference in PDF.
3. The Conference Materials volume will be published no later than three weeks after the conference.
4. Papers for submission should be sent to the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Deadline for papers submission: March, 15, 2023.
REQUIREMENTS FOR PAPERS
1. Language – English.
2. At least 1,5 page and no more than 4 pages A4.
3. Times New Roman 12.
Line spacing – 1.
Alignment – justified text.
Margins: top, bottom, left and right – 2.
File format – Microsoft Word (*.doc *.docх).
4. Structure of an abstract:
1) line centered in bold – name and surname of the author;
3) next line centered italic – scientific degree;
4) next line centered italic – affiliation (with no abbreviation), city and country;
5) if there are two or more co-authors, information about each co-author separately is indicated below the first co-author;
6) next line centered – TITLE in bold with all capital letters;
7) ABSTRACT (100 – 200 words)
8) KEY WORDS (3 – 6) justified;
9) text of a paper justified;
10) references (not required but desirable) are indicated below the text with a title: REFERENCES
5. The text should be grammatically correct, correspond to the requirements of the English academic writing.
6. The author is responsible for the relevance and rightness of all scientific facts referred to in an abstract.
Materials of the First and Second International Scientific Conference “HAPPINESS AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY” are available here: