It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... Stephen Reicher, Professor of Social psychology at the University of St. Andrews, discusses the the political psychology of the Scottish Referendum.
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The kudos column showcases the work of junior political psychologists. Whether you want to know more about what political psychology is, want to see how junior scholars have shaped their careers, want to find research collaborators or want to contribute and get your name out there, this column is for you! This month we are showcasing the work of Dr. Frank Asbrock.
This month the JSC caught up with committee Chair, Laura K. Taylor, to find out more about what the JSC can offer you and how you can contribute to some of our exciting features.
The JSC caught up with the New ISPP President Paul Nesbitt-Larking and found out about his plans for the coming year, his association with the organization and what are the challenges that lie ahead for political psychology.
This is the second in a series of interviews with senior scholars working in the field of political psychology. This time, we spoke to Jacquelien van Stekelenburg from VU University Amsterdam about her views on the discipline of political psychology, advice for junior scholars, and other issues.
The current ISPP Junior Scholars Committee (JSC) is now accepting nominations to the 2014-2015 JSC. By working with members of the ISPP, organizing events at the annual meeting, and maintaining several online sites that facilitate communication across the discipline, the JSC is an integral part of the ISPP community. This is an excellent opportunity to meet and work with other members of ISPP, provide input into the JSC, and enhance your curriculum vitae with international committee experience.
Professor Rupert Brown of the University of Sussex, UK, has kindly decided to share some of his thoughts about how to publish in psychology, which we thought would be of interest to junior scholars.
The ICPSR is offering courses in research design, quantitative reasoning, statistical methods, and data processing at various locations in the USA this summer.
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