Social Psychology Section annual conference 2014
'The Personal and the Political in Social Psychology'
9th - 11th September 2014
Canterbury Christ Church University
The Social Psychology Section Annual Conference is a three-day event at which academics, practitioners and students present their views and work. Contributions include papers, symposia and posters as well as more innovative dissemination methods such as ‘Pecha Kucha’ and ‘5 minute challenge’ sessions. This is an excellent opportunity for delegates to meet and learn from leading professionals both from the UK and overseas.
If you would like to present your research at the conference please visit the submissions page on the conference website. The deadline to submit is 11:30pm on 17th April 2014.
Our current keynote line-up includes:
· Psychology, Genocide and Moral Choice
Professor Kristen Monroe, Professor of Political Science and Philosophy, Political Science, School of Social Sciences, University of Chicago
· The political and the personal: Binary frames for social psychology
Professor Ian Parker, Professor of Management, University of Leicester
· Personalizing Politics
Professor Gian Vittorio Caprara, Sapienza Universita di Roma
· What Are We Doing and Why Are we Doing it? Some thoughts on Contemporary Social Psychology
Professor Orla Muldoon, Professor of Psychology, University of Limerick, Ireland
Registration is now open, book before the 17th July to receive a discount.
On the Wednesday of the conference programme we will be incorporating a range of committee and keynote led workshops for Postgraduate Students. It will also be an excellent opportunity to network with a diverse range of experts specialising in different areas of the field. There will be a limited number of concessionary rates available for Post Graduate students on this day. Check out the website for more information.
Further information please visit www.bps.org.uk/social2014 or contact:
Samantha Smith/Bijal Vaghela, BPS Conferences
Telephone: + 44 (0) 116 2529555
Further information about conferences can be found at: http://www.bps.org.uk/events/conferences