The 19th Conference on Social and Community Psychology
Aims of the conference
- Promote the oportunity for psychology students to gain experience with presenting scientific papers and posters and to discuss their work with experienced researchers in social and community psychology.
- Give researchers in these fields the possibility to meet professionally and socially, and to present their research on an annual basis.
- Advance the communication between social and community psychology and other areas of research within psychology and social sciences.
- David Schmitt – Brunel University London, UK: Why are Human Cultures So Different? Three Evolutionary Perspectives, Six Ecological Triggers, and Twelve Ways Psychological Gender Facultatively Shifts Around the World. (pdf)
- Karl Halvor Teigen – University of Oslo: When science turns against itself: A historical perspective on the replication crisis in social psychology. (pdf)
- Ivana Markova – University of Stirling, UK: Social representations and their significance to understanding intergroup conflicts. (pdf)
Who can attend?
We welcome researchers and within psychology and social sciences to participate in the conference. You can participate by either by presenting papers orally (approx. 15 minutes), presenting posters, or by attending without presenting.
The conference will be held in English and Norwegian. The abstract should preferably be written in English.