The Program in Political Psychology and Decision Making (POP-DM)
Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy, IDC Herzliya
is proud to host the
2013 Annual Scientific Meeting of the ISPP:
Political Psychology of Global Conflict, Protest and Reconciliation
July 8-11, 2013
Alex Mintz: Conference Organizer and Program Chair
The ISPP conference is the premier international conference of note in the field of political psychology. In the wake of changes brought about by the Arab Spring, the waves of incipient democratic as well as radical movements across the Middle East, and debates and conflicts over the global economic crisis, including threats to the Eurozone, the 2013 conference highlights the role of conflict and protest in precipitating change.
This year, we received more than 550 submissions from over 40 countries throughout the world, including all continents. Submissions draw from the greater repertoire of the psychological sciences, including social, experimental, neuropsychological, developmental, biological, and genetic analyses of political decision-making and behavior. Conference presentations are organized by topic in 14 sections providing a variety of perspectives, including intergroup relations, elite decision making, international relations, conflict, violence and terrorism, political communication, biology, genetics, and neuroscience, and clinical political psychology.
Looking forward to a great conference this July!
Daphna Canetti, Program Co-Chair
Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom, Program Co-Chair
Shuttle from Hotels to Conference Venue (IDC Herzliya Campus)
A daily shuttle in the mornings and at the end of the conference day will be running from the Herzliya beach front hotels (listed above) and back. Provided complimentary by IDC Herzliya.
For Shuttle schedule please click here >>
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