"I am very honored to lead the Early Career Committee (ECC) for 2018-2019 and have the immense responsibility of representing ISPP Early Career Scholars during this year. I can assure you that I will do my best to face this challenge, especially in behalf of those who (like myself) come from underrepresented cultural backgrounds and geographical areas within ISPP..."
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"With the very successful 2018 San Antonio meeting now behind us, we’re already begun to turn our attention to 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal... We expect Lisbon to be a very popular location, so it is important to get your proposal in before the deadline to have a chance to be on the program..."
"The ISPP Blog publishes short articles about research or issues of interest to the political psychology community...Getting your work published on the ISPP website is an excellent way to disseminate your research, increase your visibility, and invite future collaboration. Writing for the Blog is a great opportunity whether you are a PhD student, Postdoc, or early career researcher. "
"Thanks to all who attended the 2018 ISPP Annual Scientific Meeting in San Antonio this past June/July and helped make it a successful event. We were happy to see everyone who joined us in person and virtually, and pleased that you all really enjoyed San Antonio and the many benefits of attending the conference...In 2019 we are headed to Lisbon, Portugal at the InterContinental Lisbon, located on Rua Castilho ."
"Academic freedom is a cornerstone of democracy and the contemporary slide towards authoritarianism goes hand in hand with targeting scholars and academic institutions... Our new study looks at the effects of this worsening repression through a thematic analysis of interviews with Turkish academics in the social sciences, both those dismissed and those still active in their profession."
"Our project at the Social Psychology of Inequality Lab provides a deeper understanding of the psychological processes that influence the perception and justification of the income gap within our societies."
"Why some people value political engagement and even find pleasure in engaging with politics while others hardly bother about the political domain, is a crucial question for the functioning of democratic societies. In a yet unpublished manuscript, I investigate the nonpolitical origins of political engagement in early childhood experiences [...] I show that children growing up in need-supportive families report more interest in politics and engage more frequently in political discussions decades later in life."
"Our annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas is fast approaching, and we look forward to welcoming our fellow Early Career Scholars. This year, the ECC has been working very hard to organize exciting events at this year’s annual meeting and I would like to take the time to tell you about these events."
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