Please see the following poster for information on talks being given at the Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Ciencias y Humanidades (CEIICH) on 24 October 2014, including a keynote by George Marcus of Williams College.
What's going on in ISPP?
This area of the site is for us to let you know what's going on in the world of ISPP, inform you of upcoming events and deadlines, and to provide our members with a place to share news and announce upcoming events and opportunities that they might have.
Most Recent Announcements
Diane Abbott explains the 'Crisis of Masculinity' through the fundamental shift in political structures and economic power distribution in the last decades. Unlike the feminist movement, there has been no true political movement to redefine the role and identity of men in society, a void which has resulted in a crisis of masculine identity. The video is available here: http://iai.tv/video/the-crisis-of-masculinity
Please see the following announcement regarding the call for nominations for ISPP's 2015 Governing Council elections. The deadline for nominations is 30 October 2014.
Please see the following annoouncement with information and presenter details for the 2015 SPSP Political Psychology Pre-conference. The deadline for poster and paper swap submissions is 20 December 2014.
Please see the following announcement for details on applying for the Berkman Center Fellowship Program for the 2015-16 academic year. The deadline is 12 December 2014.
Please see the following invitation for the Behavioral Threat Assessment Summit being held in Addison, Illinois on 5 November 2014.
Please see the following call for manuscripts for a special issue of The European Journal of Social Psychology: Globalization and the Emergence of Global Concern. The deadline for manuscripts is 15 December 2014.
Live from New York, linguist and psychologist Steven Pinker makes the case for the decline of warfare and murder. Economist Judith Marquand, BHA Chief Executive Andrew Copson and BBC broadcaster Roger Bolton cross-examine: http://iai.tv/video/the-decline-of-violence (~30 minutes)