"As we count down the months to our next Annual Scientific Meeting in Lisbon, Portugal, I am happy to tell you that ISPP is continuing to thrive..."
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"Whether or not our basic patterns of thoughts and feelings, our personality, are related to politics is a long-standing question in political psychology. Research bridging psychology and political science is foremost concerned with the deep-rooted individual differences, such as basic value orientations, moral principles, or personality traits, that shape people’s political preferences...Our recent study from Germany therefore explores how individual personality traits, which affect social interaction and cognitive styles, shape our political leanings."
"Our International Observation Team arrived in Istanbul to observe a hearing scheduled for February 7, 2019 in the continuing trial of one of ISPP’s members [...] She is only one of hundreds of academics who have been dismissed from their positions, denied the ability to work or travel, and put on trial in an effort by the government of Turkey to silence its critics."
"Notices regarding acceptances and rejections for submissions for our 2019 Annual Meeting in Lisbon went out earlier this month. If you submitted a proposal and did not receive notice of acceptance or rejection, please e-mail our Program Committee [...] We had nearly a record number of submissions for this year, and our reviewers had to make difficult decisions, but they are working to accommodate as many as possible in a quality program."
"Over 350 million children live in conflict-affected areas... Our work at the Helping Kids! lab examines children’s behaviour in protracted conflict-related contexts. Specifically, we study how ethnic awareness develops in children, and the implications this has for ethnic prejudice and prosocial behaviours in divided societies. Working with majority and minority group children in three post-accord generations, we aim to identify antecedents of children’s peacebuilding."
"...The ISPP Mentoring Program aims to pair early career faculty members (i.e., up to 8 years after earning their PhD) with senior colleagues who can provide advice and support for those who are just giving their first steps in the academia during (at least) an entire year..."
"... At their request, we attended the political trials of our fellow ISPP members who we will refer to as Merve and Zeynep (not their real names) as international observers, conveying ISPP's advocacy of their academic freedom and the solidarity of the other ISPP members..."
"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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