|Speaker: Wendy Johnson
Title: What we need to know about intelligence but don’t
|Speaker: Speaker: Mitja Back
Title: Narcissism: On the past, present, and future of an enigmatic personality construct
|Speaker: Filip De Fruyt
Title: Developments in personality development
|Speaker: Neil McNaughton
Title: Personality neuroscience: should we start with biology and look for neural-level factors?
|Speaker: Arthur Poropat
Title: Personality and learning
|Speaker: Fanny M. Cheung
Title: Sociocultural factors and the assessment of psychopathology
Affiliation: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Research interests: She is interested in cross-cultural personality assessment and psychopathology, gender equality, and women leadership. She has demonstrated important cultural considerations in test translation and adaptation with the Chinese version of the MMPI-2 which she translated and standardized. She pioneered the use of the combined emic-etic approach to develop indigenous personality measures as illustrated by the Chinese Personality Assessment Inventory which was later renamed Cross-cultural Personality Assessment Inventory (CPAI-2). In addition to promoting the mainstreaming of cultural perspectives in psychology, she advocates for rights of women and people with disabilities in Hong Kong.