A Compendium of useful Political Psychology information
As a society dedicated to the promotion and furthering of the field of Political Psychology, we felt it important to provide a section containing an overview of all the different ways that you can learn about this research and get involved in it yourself.
Check out the various pages below to learn about what we do and how you can also get involved.
This page contains videos of talks and presentations made by our members at our conferences and other meetings internationally. This should prove useful if you were unable to attend a conference or missed a talk whilst there.
If you would like to have a video of your talk included on the ISPP site, get in contact with the site administrators and we will arrange uploading and processing of the files with you.
If you are making a video for inclusion on the site, please ensure that it is of good quality and in landscape / 16:9 (widescreen) format. We look forward to seeing your submissions soon!
This section provides an overview of all political psychology or related courses available around the world in academic institutions.
If a course is not enough to whet your appetite, then this section provides an overview of all full political psychology programs available around the world in academic institutions.
If you are an educator wishing to incorporate political psychology or into your course, then you can download sample syllabi to build your course around here.
The Summer Institute in Political Psychology (SIPP) is a three-week intensive training program that introduces graduate students, faculty members and professionals to the world of political psychology.
ISPP's Summer Academy is a 3-day workshop in political psychology that occurs immediately prior to ISPP's Annual Scientific Meeting.