Second Annual Political Psychology APSA Pre-Conference
Second Annual Political Psychology Pre-Conference
Please plan to attend the second annual Political Psychology Pre-Conference, to be held in conjunction with this year’s annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in Philadelphia.
The pre-conference will take place Wednesday, August 31 at Temple University’s center city campus. This day-long event will feature some of the best current research being done at the intersection of political science and psychology. The pre-conference program includes a diverse set of interdisciplinary presentations as well as a roundtable discussion about political psychology and the 2016 presidential election. Junior scholars are invited to apply to share their work in poster sessions that day.
Lunch will be provided as part of the registration fee, and all participants are invited to a reception that will follow the event.
Presenters at the pre-conference will include:
- Jonathan Baron, (University of Pennsylvania, Psychology)
- Daniel Corstange, (Columbia University, Political Science)
- Diana Mutz (University of Pennsylvania, Political Science and Communication)
- Jaime Settle (College of William & Mary, Political Science)
- Michael Tesler (University of California at Irvine, Political Science)
Presenters at the 2016 presidential election roundtable include
- Matt Barreto (UCLA)
- StanleyFeldman (Stony Brook)
- Marc Hetherington (Vanderbilt)
- Ashley Jardina (Duke)
- Samara Klar (Arizona) and
- Ismail White (GWU)
To learn more about the pre-conference, visit http://web.apsanet.org/s28/2016-political- psychology-pre-conference/
If you are interested in sharing your work by presenting a poster, please submit an abstract for your project here by Monday, May 16:
If you are interested in attending the pre-conference, please sign up through the pre-conference website and submit your registration fee to APSA. (Further instructions can be found on the pre- conference site.)
For more information: http://web.apsanet.org/s28/2016-political-psychology-pre-conference/