Scientífic Meetings in which organization he has taken part:


(International Society for Research on Aggression)

a. VI World Congress of ISRA, Chicago, 1986
Member of the International Program Committee
b. 4th European Conference of ISRA, Seville, 1987
c. VIII World Congress of ISRA, Swansea, 1988
Member of the International Program Committee
d. 5th European Conference of ISRA, Szombathely, 1989
Chair of a symposium
e. 6th European Conference of ISRA, Jerusalem, 1991
Member of the Organizing Committee and Chair of a symposium
f. XIV World Congress of ISRA, Valencia, 2000
Chair of a symposium
g. XIX World Congress of ISRA, Storrs, 2010
Chair of a symposium

2) SEN 

(Sociedad Española de Neurociencias) 

• Member of the Scientific Committee of the III Spanish Congress of Neurosciences,
Seville, 1989

3) ISCP 

(International Society for Comparative Psychology)
• VI Congress of the ISCP, Bruxelles, 1992
Organizer of a symposium on Brain and Aggression


International School for Peace
a. Member of the UNESCO-HUJ ISMBM International School for Peace,
Jerusalem, 1997
b. Co-chairman of the Committee for elaboration of the Jerusalem Statement on
Science for Peace, 1997
c. 2nd International Symposium on Science for Peace, Jerusalem, 1997
Chairman of the symposium Philosophy of Sciences and the Culture of Peace
Chairman of a Round Table and General Discussion
d. Member of the planning committee of the Virtual Conference on
Science for Peace and Conflict Resolution: the Role of Scientist
(ISMBM) 2001

XVI World Congress of Psychiatry (Madrid, September 2014)


a. International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends 2015
member of the Scientific Committee, Ljubljana, Slovenia, del 2 al 4 de Mayo, 2015.
b. International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends 2016
member of the Scientific Committee, Lisboa, Portugal, del 30 Abril al 2 de Mayo, 2016.

7) CICA: Chairperson

1. Brain and Aggression, Seville, 23-24 May 1983
2. Aggression in Children, Seville, 25 April 1984
3. Conflict among Populations, Seville, 14 May 1984
4. Parental Care and Aggression, Seville, 20 May 1985
5. Pharmacology of Aggression, Seville, 20 May 1985
6. Psychobiology of Peace, Seville, 12-16 May 1986
7. Biology and Violence, Seville, 10-16 May 1986
8. Clinical Aspects of Aggressive Behavior, Seville, 23 April 1987
9. Terrorism and Mass-Media, Seville, 25-27 February 1988
10. Comparative Biology of Aggression, Santiago de Chile, 15-17 December 1988
11. Psychobiology and Aggression: Research Techniques, Seville, January – April 1989
12. Biology of the Aggression, Bogota (Colombia), 21-23 June 1990
13. Commemoration of the Seville Statement On Violence, Universal Expo Seville, 25 June 1992
14. Alternatives to Violence, Cape Town (South Africa), 27-29 August 1993
15. Cross-Cultural Approach to Aggression, Miraflores de la Sierra (Spain), 7-9 July 2000
16. From Aggresion to Peace: A Dialogue inter Civilisations, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 17-19 November 2001
17. The Phenomenon of Terrorism, La Jolla (USA), 9-14 August 2002
18. Violence by Armed Non -State Groups, Andalo (Italy), 11-18 January 2004
19. Hellas Cica on Brain and Aggression, Rhodes (Greece), 14-17 September 2004
20. Zambia Cica on Peace and Development In Africa, Lusaka (Zambia), 18-20 June 2005
21. War on Terror, Trento (Italy), 8-15 January 2006
22. Stress and Aggression, Oxford (UK), 30 January 2006
23. Categorizing Aggression, Augusta (USA), 11-14 Jenuary 2007
24. Agresión y Violencia: Una Dimensión Ética, Mexico City, 6-8 September 2007
25. A Interdisciplinary Analyses of Aggression & Terrorism, Miraflores de la Sierra (Spain),
27-30 September 2007
26. Aggression, Terrorism, and Human Rights, Zakopane (Poland), 15-18 July 2008
27. Political Violence and Collective Aggression, Jordanstown (Ulster), 2-5 September 2009
28. Attitudes toward Conflict and Aggression: A Cross-Cultural Approach, Bodrum (Turkey),
24-27 September 2009
29. An Update of the SSV, 25 years later?, Storrs (USA), 25-26 July 2010
30. Conflict and Aggression in a Society in Transition, Leányfalu (Hungary), 25-29 August 2010
31. Aggression, Political Violence and Terrorism, Cartagena de Indias, (Colombia) 18-20 November 2010
32. Contemporany issues on Aggression, Violence and Terrorism, Irvine (USA), 7-9 September 2011
33. 25th Anniversary of the Seville Statement on Violence, Roma (Italia), 22-25 September 2011
34. Conflict in a Society in Transition, Leányfalu (Hungary), 28-31 May 2012
35. Terrorism and Aggression: towards increased freedom and security, Burgas (Bulgaria),
8-11 September 2012
36. Towards Understanding Conflicts, Aggression, Violence, and Peace, Héviz (Hungary)
23-26 June 2013
37. Developmental and social conditions of conflict and aggression, Zielona Góra (Poland)
22-25 June 2014
38. A re-evaluation of the Statement on Violence, Querétaro, 20-29 October 2014
39. Análisis de riesgos y amenazas a infraestructuras críticas, Madrid, 5-6 October 2015
40. Violence, War, and Post-Conflict, Bogotá, 13-15 November, 2015
41. Mapping the Cyberspace, Madrid, 1-3 June, 2016
42. Conflict and Cross-cultural Dialogue, Madrid, 18-20 September 2017
43. Understanding Consciousness: Wellbeing, Emotions and Conflict, Mysore (India) 9-10 January 2018

8) CICA-STR International 

Conferences on Aggression and Terrorism: Co-chair

1st CICA-STR International Conference on Aggression and Terrorism
(Miraflores, 2007)
2nd CICA-STR International Conference on Aggression, Terrorism, and
Human Rights (Zakopane, 2008)
3rd CICA-STR International Conference on Political Violence and Collective
Aggression (Belfast, 2009)
4th CICA-STR International Conference on Aggression, Political Violence and Terrorism
(Cartagena de Indias, 2010)
5th CICA-STR International Conference on Aggression, Violence and Terrorism
(Irvine, California, 2011)
6th CICA-STR International Conference on Terrorism and Aggression
(Burgas, Black Sea, 2012)

1BRAIN AND AGGRESSION6 participants from 3 countries: E, USA, MexSeville, 23-24 May1983coming soon
2AGGRESSION IN CHILDREN7 participants from 5 countries: E, UK, I, Pl, MexSeville, 25 April1984coming soon
3CONFLICT AMONG POPULATIONS5 participants from 2 countries: E, USASeville, 14 May1984
4PARENTAL CARE AND AGGRESSION15 participants from 7 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, F, Jp, Pl, NlSeville, 20 May1985
5PHARMACOLOGY OF AGGRESSION13 participants from 8 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, URSS, Pl, Nl, IsraelSeville, 20 May1985
6PSYCHOBIOLOGY OF PEACE43 participants from 15 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, D, Pl, Jp, Finland, Bolivia, India, Kenya, Philippines, Australia, URSS, KuwaitSeville, 12-16 May1986
7BIOLOGY AND VIOLENCE29 participants from 13 countries: E, USA, Mex, UK, D, Pl, Jp, Finland, India, Kenya, Australia, URSS, KuwaitSeville, 10-16 May1986
8CLINICAL ASPECTS OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR17 participants from 5 countries: E, USA, Sweden, Finland, NlSeville, 23 April1987
9TERRORISM AND MASS-MEDIA17 participants from 9 countries: E, USA, D, Nl, Sweden, Finland, Costa Rica, Canada, Argentina Seville, 25-27 February1988
10COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY OF AGGRESSION13 participants from 5 countries: E, UK, Mex, Argentina, ChileSantiago de Chile, 15-17 December1988
11PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND AGGRESSION: RESEARCH TECHNIQUES13 participants from 5 countries: E, Mex, Pl, F, Sweden, CanadaSeville, January – April1989
12BIOLOGY OF THE AGGRESSION14 participants from 4 countries: E, Mex, USA, ColombiaBogota (Colombia), 21-23 June1990
13COMMEMORATION OF THE SEVILLE STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE 5 participants from 3 countries: E, Mex, USAUniversal Expo Seville, 25 June1992
14ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE 31 participants from 7 countries: E, Denmark, Pl, I, Israel, Cameroon, ZACape Town (South Africa), 27-29 August1993
15CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACH TO AGGRESSION50 participants from 20 countries: E, Mex, UK, USA, Canada, D, Dk, F, FS, Nl, Pl, P, I, Iran, Israel, India. Jp, Nigeria, Russia, ZAMiraflores de la Sierra (Spain), 7-9 July2000
17THE PHENOMENON OF TERRORISM La Jolla (California), 9-14 August2002
18VIOLENCE BY ARMED NON-STATE GROUPSAndalo (Italy), 11-18 January2004
19HELLAS CICA ON BRAIN AND AGGRESSION38 participants from 19 countries: E, England, Scotland, USA, Ca, D, Dk, F, Greece, Hungary, NL, Turkey, Palestine, I, Israel, Jp, Zambia, Russia, ZARhodes (Greece), 14-17 September2004
20ZAMBIA CICA ON PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICAparticipants from 5 countries: E, Australia, I, Zambia, ZALusaka (Zambia), 18-20 June 2005
21WAR ON TERROR20 participants from 6 countries: E, UK, USA, FS, I, Russia, ZATrento (Italy), 8-15 January 2006
22STRESS AND AGGRESSION8 participants from 4 countries: E, UK, Israel, ZAOxford, (England), 30 January2006
23CATEGORIZING AGGRESSION12 participants from 5 countries: E, USA, B, NL, FAugusta (Georgia), 11-14 January2007
24AGRESIÓN Y VIOLENCIA: UNA DIMENSIÓN ÉTICA40 participants from 6 countries: E, USA, Venezuela, Mex, I, ZAMexico City, 6-8 September2007
25A INTERDISCIPLINARY ANALYSES OF AGGRESSION & TERRORISM120 participants from 28 countries: Austria, B, Bulgaria, D, E, Eire, England, F, Greece, I, Northern Ireland, Pl, Scotland, Slovenia, NL, China, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Korea, Nepal, ZA, Zambia, Ca, USA, Nouvelle Caledonie and Australia.Miraflores de la Sierra (Spain), 27-30 September2007
26AGGRESSION, TERRORISM, AND HUMAN RIGHTS65 participants from 24 countries: B, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Dk, E, England, Pl, P, Slovenia, NL, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Palestinian Territory, Pakistan, UAE, Nigeria, ZA, Ghana, Gambia, Ca, USA, and Australia.Zakopane (Poland), 15-18 July 20082008
27POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND COLLECTIVE AGGRESSION.80 participants from 25 countries (Ghana, Canada, USA, Germany, Ireland, Nortern Ireland, England, Scottland, Wales, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Swizerland, Poland, Iraq, Iran, Libanon, Japan, Australia, Estonia, Argentina, South Africa, Zimbabwe)Belfast (Northern Ireland) , 2-5 September2009
28ATTITUDES TOWARD CONFLICT AND AGGRESSION: A CROSS-CULTURAL APPROACH52 participants from 21 countries: Japan, China, India, Israel, Palestine, Georgia, Iraq, Iran, South Africa, Denmark, United Kingdom , Poland, Hungary, Mexico, Uruguay, U.S.A. Spain, France, Italy, Sweden, and TurkeyBodrum (Turkey), 24-27 September2009
29AN UPDATE OF THE SSV 25 YEARS LATER?5 signataires of the SSV from 3 countries (USA, Finland, and Spain)Storrs, CO (USA), 25-26 July2010
30CONFLICT AND AGGRESSION IN A SOCIETY IN TRANSITION 30 participants from 13 countries: Laos, South Africa, Denmark, United Kingdom , Poland, Hungary, Mexico, Uruguay, USA. Spain, Italy, and Russia.Leányfalu (Hungary), 26- 29 August2010
31AGGRESSION, POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND TERRORISM300 participants from 16 countries: Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom, India, South Africa, USA, Canada, Argentina, Perú and Colombia.Cartagena de Indias (Colombia), 18-20 NovembeR2010
32CONTEMPORARY ISSUES ON VIOLENCE, AGGRESSION & TERRORISM50 participants from 26 countries: Denmark, England, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Nortern Ireland, Spain, Sweden, China, Hong Kong, Iran, Laos, Pakistan, Nigeria, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, Colombia, Nicaragua, Perú and Uruguay.University of California, Irvine (USA), 7-9th September2011
33THE SEVILLE STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER40 participants from 16 countries: Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt, South Africa, New Zealand, USA, and Mexico. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome, 22-25 September2011
34CONFLICT IN A SOCIETY IN TRANSITION15 participants (econom ists, sociologists, psychologists & political scientists) from 10 countries: Austria, Hungary, Israel, Mexico, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, and USALeányfalu (Hungary), 28-31 May. organized by the College of Dunaújvaros (Institute of Communication Studies and Education) and CICA2012
35TERRORISM AND AGGRESSION: TOWARDS INCREASED FREEDOM AND SECURITY80 participants from 25 countries: Europe (Albania, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldava, Poland, Rumania, Russia, Spain, and UK), Asia (Hong Kong – China, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, and Turkey), Africa (Nigeria and South Africa), America (Colombia and USA), and Oceania (New Zealand)Burgas (Black Sea, Bulgaria), 8-11 September. organized by St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia (Political Science Department)2012
36TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING CONFLICTS, AGGRESSION, VIOLENCE AND PEACE30 participants from 16 countries: Europe (Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Italy, Netherland, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Spain, UK, and Ukraine), Asia (Hong Kong – China, and Turkey), Africa (South Africa), and America (Mexico and USA)Hévis (Hungary), 23-26 June, 2013 organized by Tomori Pál Föiskola and CICA2013
37CONFLICT AND AGGRESSION: DEVELOPMENTAL AND SOCIAL CONDITIONS 100 participants from 16 countries: Europe (Czech Republik, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Ukraine), Asia (India, Mongolia, Pakistan, Russia and Syria), Africa (South Africa), and America (Colombia, Canada and USA)Zielona Góra (Poland), 22-25 June, 2014 organized by Kazimierz Wielki University of Bydgoszcz and the University of Zielona Góra2014
38A RE-EVALUATION OF THE SEVILLE STATEMENT ON VIOLENCE 11 participants from 6 countries: Egypt, Finland, Italy, Spain, Mexico and USAQuerétaro (Mexico), 20-29 October2014
39SECURITY AND DEFENCE: THREATS AN RISKS TO CRITIC INFRASTRUCTURES80 participants from 14 countries: Europe (Denmark, France, Italy, Poland, Spain, and Switzerland), Asia (Thailand), Africa (Nigeria, and South Africa), and America (Canada, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Peru, and Uruguay)Madrid (Spain), 8-9 October 20152015
40VIOLENCE, WAR AND POSTCONFLICT1200 participants (81 of them in an active way) from 9 countries: Europe (Denmark, Italy, Poland, and Spain), Africa (South Africa), and America (Canada, Colombia, Mexico, and USA)Bogotá (Colombia), 12-14 November2015
41MAPPING THE CYBERSPACE: An Emerging Priority Challenge80 participants from 22 countries: Asia (China, Irán, Nepal, Qatar, Palestine, India), Europe (Russia, Poland, Germany, Croatia, England, Wales, Italy, Spain), Americas (Canada, USA, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Venezuela), and Africa (Nigeria, South Africa).Madrid (Spain), 1-3 June2016
42CONFLICT AND CROSS-CULTURAL DIALOGUE90 participants from 34 countries: Asia (China-Hong Kong, Cambodia, Iran, Vietnam, Israel, Palestina, Lebanon), Europe (Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland), Americas (Canada, USA, Bolivia, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador), and Africa (Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Western Sahara) Madrid (Spain), 18-20 September2017
43UNDERSTANDING CONSCIOUSNESS: WELLBEING, EMOTIONS AND CONFLICT35 participants from 9 countries: America (Canada, USA), Europe (England, Spain, Denmark), India, Australia, New Zealand and Africa (South Africa).Mysuru, Karnataka (India), 9-10 January 20182018
44SECURITY FORUM 201840 participants from 14 countries: Asia (Afghanistan), Europe (Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine), America (Argentina, USA), and Africa (Nigeria, Tunis).Cracow (Poland), 5-7 June2018
45THE FUTURE OF SECURITY AND DEFENCE OF EUROPE95 participants from 28 countries: Asia (Afghanistan, Iran, Palestina), Europe (Belgium, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine), Americas (Argentina, Brasil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Peru, USA), and Africa (Nigeria, South Africa, South Sudan).Madrid (Spain), 11-13 June2018
46VIOLENCIA Y EDUCACION30 participants from 9 countries: Europe (Denmark, Spain), Americas (Colombia, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Paraguay, Uruguay, USA), and Africa (Nigeria).Madrid (Spain), 23-24 November2018
47FIRE PROTECTION & RESCUE SERVICES90 participants from 5 European countries (Check Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Spain).Zilina (Slovakia), 4-5 December2018