23 - 25 May 2024
Tallinn - Estonia
In 2024 ENYSSP will, for the first time, go to Estonia. We are happy that the beautiful city of Tallinn will host this edition, a special one as we will celebrate the 20th birthday of the association! The Local Organizing Committe will do its best – in collaboration with the Managing Council – to make it a valuable, interactive, and fun event. As usual, there will be great keynote speakers, workshops, oral presentation and poster sessions, as well as other types of scientific sessions and some social activities.
Of course, the value of the conference also depends on participants’ contributions, so don’t be shy and do consider taking an active part in this ENYSSP Conference by submitting your abstract(s).
We're looking forward to feel the ENYSSP vibes once again!
Aave Hannus, PhD is a lecturer in sport and performance psychology at the University of Tartu. Additionally, she is affiliated with the National Institute for Health Development as a guest researcher. In recent years, the main focus of her research interests has revolved around integrating health psychology and developmental psychology. The main area of her research has been centred around understanding the psychological mechanisms that explain the relationship between motor development and physical activity in children and adolescents. The primary objective of her ongoing research pertains to developing and implementing intervention strategies aimed at enhancing general well-being and mental health, explicitly emphasising the influence of exercise-related health behavior in this context. Issues pertaining to the prevalence and prevention of maltreatment of athletes have been added to Aave's research paths in recent years.
Keynote no. 2
To be announced.
Keynote no. 3
To be announced.
The conference registration gives access to all plenary and parallel sessions, as well as to all coffee breaks and to the lunch on Friday and Saturday.
The conference dinner ticket gives access to the dinner taking place on Friday.
No refunds will be provided, except for: a) documented health problems preventing attendance (e.g., record of hospitalization); b) abstract rejection and subsequent decision not to participate.
We are located in the centre of Tallinn, next to Kadriorg Park and the Tallinn bay.
A strip of land next to Narva Road situates most of our educational, research
and creative activities. Only a few areas of study are located outside the main campus.
Tallinn University is the only university in Estonia that is accessible by tram. Take the tram no. 1 or 3 from the city centre or Kadriorg and get off at the Tallinn University stop.
Tallinn University is also accessible by bus: use the lines no. 1, 1A, 5, 8, 19, 29, 29A, 29B, 34A, 35, 38, 44, 51, 60, 63. Get off at the Uus-Sadama stop when heading in from the city centre, and at the Kreutzwaldi stop when coming from Pirita or Lasnamäe.
When arriving by car, parking spaces are available in the public paid parking area of the city centre or in the paid parking lots near the university.
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