Call for Papers: ISPP 2020 Annual Meeting

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Call for Papers!

Come join us at the 2020 International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting July 14 - July 17, 2020 in Berlin, Germany at the Maritim Hotel. The submission portal will be open from today through 1 December 2019 for papers, posters, blitz presentations, panels, and roundtables.    

Conference ThemePolarization, Misinformation, and Entrenched Group Conflict: Harnessing Political Psychology to Find Solutions to Problems New and Old 
President: Nicholas A. Valentino (University of Michigan)
Program Co-chairs: Thomas Craemer (University of Connecticut) & Lilliana Mason (University of Maryland)

Submissions

To begin the submission process, please go to the 2020 ISPP Annual Meeting event website and select the "Submission Types" tab along the top of the page. You will have a choice of submitting a paper, poster, blitz presentation, panel, or roundtable. Read about the various submission types on each page, and click the "Submit Here" button to make your submission. You can also select the Conference within the Conference tab to read about this conference feature. Once you arrive at the submission portal you must sign in and verify your information, then follow the screen prompts to submit your proposal. If you do not already have an account with ISPP, you are required to create one at the sign in page before making your submission. 

We welcome proposals for papers, posters, blitz presentations, panels, and roundtables, on any area of political psychology including, but not limited to, the application of experimental designs, public opinion surveys, and narrative approaches to the study of political ideology, political behavior, human values, social justice, cultural norms, personality dynamics, social identification, intergroup relations, political leadership, collective action, protest, and societal transformation.

We are interested in bringing together new research from a range of disciplines: political science, psychology, sociology, economics, anthropology, biology, communication, history, philosophy, and other disciplines. We hope to bring about an exciting intellectual exchange that will enrich the study of political psychology and help us to better understand the dynamics of society and politics in the world today.

To begin the submission process, please click below: