Conferences

CANCELLED: SIXTH Annual American Political Science Association Political Psychology Pre-Conference, September 9, 2020 

  • Unfortunately, the sixth annual APSA Political Psychology pre-conference has been cancelled.

PAST CONFERENCES

FIFTH Annual American Political Science Association Political Psychology Pre-Conference, August 28, 2019

  • The fifth annual APSA Political Psychology pre-conference was held at Georgetown University. The schedule of the day’s events are here.
  • Presenters at the conference included:
    • Betsy Levy Paluck (Princeton University, Psychology & Public Affairs
    • Brian Nosek (University of Virginia, Psychology (School of Medicine))
    • Ismail White (Duke University, Political Science)
    • Lauren Young (UC Davis, Political Science)
  • There was also a campaign-themed roundtable with Claudia Deane (Pew Research Center), Alex Lundry (Deep Root Analytics), Gary Segura (UCLA, Luskin School of Public Affairs), LaFleur Stephens-Dougan (Princeton University, Political Science), Aaron Strauss (Analyst Institute), and Lynn Vavreck (UCLA, Political Science)

2019 International Society of Political Psychology Conference, JULY 12-15, 2019

  • The 42st annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology was held in Lisbon, Portugal July 12-15, 2019. The conference theme was “Empowering Citizens in Illiberal Times: The Political Psychology of Oppression and Resistance.” The conference co-chairs were Angela Bos (The College of Wooster) and Shelley McKeown-Jones (University of Bristol). More details about the conference are available here.

Fourth Annual American Political Science Association Political Psychology Pre-Conference, August 29, 2018

  • The fourth annual APSA political psychology pre-conference was held at Harvard University.
  • Presenters at the conference included:
    • Mina Cikara (Harvard University, Psychology)
    • Lilliana Mason (University of Maryland, College Park, Political Science)
    • Cecilia Mo (University of California, Berkeley, Political Science)
    • James Sidanius (Harvard University, Psychology)
  • There was also a roundtable focused on the political psychology of immigration with Professors Claire Adida (UCSD), Dominik Hangartner (LSE), Efrén Pérez (Vanderbilt University/UCLA), and Deborah Schildkraut (Tufts University) 

2018 International Society of Political Psychology Conference, JULY 4-7, 2018

  • The 41st annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology was held Hilton Palacio del Rio Hotel in San Antonio, Texas July 4-7, 2018. The conference theme was “Beyond Borders and Boundaries: Perspectives from Political Psychology.” The conference co-chairs were Bethany Albertson (University of Texas) and Frank Asbrock (Technical University of Chemnitz). More details about the conference are available here.

Third Annual American Political Science Association Political Psychology Pre-Conference, August 30, 2017

  • The third annual APSA political psychology pre-conference was held at the University of California, Berkeley
  • Presenters at the conference included:
    • Matt Barreto (University of California, Los Angeles, Political Science)
    • Daphna Canetti (University of Haifa, Political Science)
    • Aleks Ksiazkiewicz (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Political Science)
    • Dale Miller (Stanford University, Graduate School of Business)
    • Laura Stoker (University of California, Berkeley, Political Science)
  • The schedule of events for the day is HERE
  • Poster presenters included Aldo Yanez Ruiz, Alexander Agadjanian, Alexander Kustov, Almond Meng, Brittany L. Wood, Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey, Christine Slaughter, Daniel Hopkins, Gaspare M. Genna, Jens Olav Dahlgaard, Katie ClaytonLorena Moscovich, Matthew Motta, Matthew Ward, Michael Gabbay, Mira Lindner, Mohammad Ghaedi, Nathanael Gratias Sumaktoyo, Princess Williams, Samantha J. Lauf, Scott Clifford, Sofie Marien, stonegarden grindlife, Subhasish Ray, and Tess Wise (click on the person’s name to see their poster)

2017 International Society of Political Psychology Conference, June 29-July 2, 2017

  • The 40th annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology was held at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Scotland June 29-July 2, 2017. The conference theme was “ISPP at 40: Revisiting Core Themes of Tyranny, Intergroup Relations and Leadership.” The conference co-chairs were Anca Minescu (University of Limerick) and Peter Gries (University of Oklahoma). More details about the conference are available here.

Second Annual American Political Science Association Political Psychology Pre-Conference, August 31, 2016

  • The second annual APSA political psychology pre-conference was held at Temple University on August 31, 2016.
  • Presenters at the conference included:
    • Jonathan Baron (University of Pennsylvania, Psychology)
    • Michael Tesler (University of California at Irvine, Political Science)
    • Jaime Settle (College of William and Mary, Political Science)
    • Diana Mutz (University of Pennsylvania, Political Science and Communication)
    • Danial Corstange (Columbia University, Political Science)

2016 International society of political psychology conference, july 14-17, 2016.

  • The 39th annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology was held at the Sheraton Warsaw Hotel in Poland from July 14-17, 2016. The conference theme was “The Good Society: Prospects for Reason, Communication, and Well-Being” and the conference program co-chairs were Michał Bilewicz (University of Warsaw), Aleksandra Cichocka (University of Kent), and Christopher Federico (University of Minnesota). More details about the conference are available here.

FIRST Annual American Political Science Association Political Psychology Pre-Conference, SEPTEMBER 2, 2015

  • The first annual American Political Science Association political psychology pre-conference was held on Wednesday, September 2, 2015.
  • Presenters at the preconference included:
    • Bethany Albertson, University of Texas at Austin (Political Science)
    • Ryan Enos, Harvard University (Government)
    • Jack Glaser, University of California, Berkeley (Psychology)
    • Michael Bang Petersen, Aarhus University (Political Science)
    • Rob Willer, Stanford University (Sociology)
  • The pre-conference was supported in part by a grant from the International Society of Political Psychology.

2015 International society of political psychology conference, july 3-6, 2015.

  • The 38th annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology was held San Diego, California from July 3-6, 2015. The conference theme was “The Psychology of Encounter and the Politics of Engagement” and the conference program co-chairs were Melinda Jackson (San Jose State University) and Clifford Stevenson (Anglia Ruskin University). More details about the conference are available here.