This is the first in a series of interviews with senior scholars in political psychology, which aims to be a source of guidance and inspiration for junior scholars just starting out on their careers. Our first interviewee is Christopher Cohrs, a professor of psychology at Jacobs University, Bremen and a current member of the ISPP governing council.
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Call for nominations for the JSC 2013-2014
The spring 2013 issue of the Junior Scholars Committee newsletter is out now.
Last week to apply for the 2013 ISPP Summer Academy in Herzliya, Israel!
We are pleased to announce our next call for submissions for the ISPP—Junior Scholars Blog on the theme of ‘Applying for Research Grants’. Deadline on June 14, 2013
ISPP is now accepting applications from Junior Scholars for travel award grants for the 2013 Annual Meeting. Please go to http://www.ispp.org/funding/travel-grants for details on eligibility and the application form. The deadline is 30 April 2013.
Call for applications for the International Society of Political Psychology - Summer Academy (ISPP- SA) ! ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT TO THE DEADLINE: March 24th, 2013. We invite applications from young scholars who are interested in theoretical debates and research applications of Political Psychology. Fellows will receive a full fee waiver for the 2013 ISPP annual meeting, and free ISPP membership for one year.
This piece on the topic of the "Psychological Consequences of the Economic Recession" is by Rosalie D. Clark. Rosalie D. Clarke is currently a research student in London, she works in the field of International Conflict Resolution (and analysis), with a particular interest in interdisciplinary approaches for resolving certain forms of conflict. She has a BA degree in International Relations and an LLM in International Criminal Justice and Armed Conflict. Rosalie can be found on both LinkedIn and Academia.edu, her CV and portfolio of work including some recent publications can be found there.
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