Short Course: Political Psychology

Political Psychology
Wednesday, September 2, 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Hilton Union Square 19& 20

The first annual APSA Political Psychology Pre-Conference will feature some of the best of political psychology research that lies at the intersection of political science, social psychology, and sociology. Pre-conference attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about some of the great work being currently done in the field of political psychology. The pre-conference also offers a chance to havepolitical-psychology some of the virtues of a small conference within the context of the larger APSA meeting – providing opportunities to make personal connections with other political psychologists with shared research interests and inspiring future collaborations.  Through poster sessions, scholars in the field of political psychology will have an opportunity to share their work and receive feedback from others in the field.

The day-long event will feature presentations with facilitated discussion sessions as well as poster sessions featuring the work of junior scholars in political psychology.  Lunch will be provided.

Presenters at the preconference will include:

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)

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The pre-conference supported in part by a grant from the International Society of Political Psychology.

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