JSC Social Media Coordinators, Kanica Rakhra and Shelley McKeown, provide a briefing of the 38th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology.
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Please plan to attend the first annual APSA Political Psychology Pre-Conference, to be held in conjunction with this year's annual meeting of the American Political Science Association! The interdisciplinary event will showcase some of the best current research being done at the intersection of political science and psychology. The pre-conference will take place Wednesday, September 2, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will feature presentations with facilitated discussion sessions, as well as poster panels featuring the work of scholars in political psychology.
The School of Psychology, Sociology and Criminology, Kingston University, invites you to a new Summer School which offers an opportunity to enrich your skills and tackle the principles of qualitative research in a practical, hands-on way.
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.
Social/political psychologists Tereza Capelos and Steve Reicher offer their perspectives on the Scottish independence referendum in this article from the BBC.
The 2014 Summer Academy will take place on July 1st- 3rd in Rome, in the three dates prior to the ISPP Annual Scientific Meeting.
Last chance to submit your Section proposal for the ECPR Graduate Student Conference. Deadline: Friday 27 September.
This piece on the topic of the "Psychological Consequences of the Economic Recession" is by Rosalie D. Clark. Rosalie D. Clarke is currently a research student in London, she works in the field of International Conflict Resolution (and analysis), with a particular interest in interdisciplinary approaches for resolving certain forms of conflict. She has a BA degree in International Relations and an LLM in International Criminal Justice and Armed Conflict. Rosalie can be found on both LinkedIn and Academia.edu, her CV and portfolio of work including some recent publications can be found there.