Please see the following request for data for a meta-analysis on inter-group trust by researchers at Queen's University Belfast.
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
The process for nominations for ISPP's 2016 awards is NOW OPEN. Please see the specific awards web pages for contact information for the Chairs of the various awards committees; all can be found from this page.
The awards will be given during the Awards Ceremony at the ISPP 2016 Annual Meeting in Warsaw, Poland, taking place 14-17 July 2016. If you know someone who deserves recognition for their achievements, nominate them for an award from ISPP!
Our Call for Papers for 2016 is posted! See http://www.ispp.org/meetings for information on our upcoming 2016 Annual Meeting in Warsaw. See http://www.ispp.org/uploads/attachments/ISPP_CALL_FOR_PAPERS_2016_v2Sept2015.pdf for our Call for Papers and think about what you want to submit. Our proposal submission process is expected to begin in October 2015!
Please see the attached announcement regarding a call for papers for a special issue of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. The submission deadline is 1 March 2016.
Check out the links to videos for three recent articles in ISPP's journal, Political Psychology. They can be found on the journal's web page here, under "Videos."
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)
Please see the attached for submitting work to the newly-launched Universal Journal of Psychology.
Please see the following announcement regarding a position at the University of Massachusetts Amherst for an Endowed Chair in the Study of Nonviolent Direct Action and Civil Resistance. Review of applications will begin on September 17, 2013 but the committee will continue to accept applications until the position has been filled.