International Society of Political Psychology

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Click above to join or renew online via our NEW membership portal. Please note that your e-mail address is your unique identifier, so please use an e-mail address that is not likely to change, to avoid creating duplicate accounts and having to re-enter your information.

If you are renewing membership, you should log-in on the portal homepage. If you are new to ISPP, please go to the Login page and create a New Visitor Registration. This document will walk you through processes on our new member portal, step-by-step.

To become a Junior Scholar (graduate students or those in the first 8 years of their academic career), please select the appropriate box when completing your contact and demographic information for your membership, and you will be added to our Junior Scholars group.

Our memberships are active for twelve months (i.e., your membership will be due for renewal in the month you last joined or renewed). You will receive the 6 issues of Political Psychology published during the 12 months that your membership is active, but first/last issue dates will vary, depending on the start or renewal of your membership. If you have missed any issues, they can be purchased directly from the publisher, Wiley-Blackwell. Please visit this link and see the Back Issue information at the bottom of the page, or contact Wiley-Blackwell at 1-800-835-6770. You can also send an e-mail to receive an invoice and pay by check.

Please note that it currently takes at most ~60 days for information to be uploaded for online journal access. You may experience a shorter wait, depending on when you join relative to ISPP sending an update to the publisher.

If you prefer, you can print a membership form and mail it with a check or money order (U.S. Dollars only, please) to:

ISPP
P.O. Box 1213
Columbus, NC 28722
USA

Download the registration form here.



*ISPP reserves the right to withhold or revoke membership in ISPP at any time for reasons, in its sole discretion, it deems sufficient.