International Society of Political Psychology ISPP

The Society is a nonprofit scientific, educational, and non-partisan organization with the following purposes:

  • To establish a community of scholars and concerned individuals in universities, government, the communications media, and elsewhere, who have scientific and practical interests in examining the relationship between political and psychological phenomena;
  • To facilitate communication of scientific research, theory, and practice across disciplinary, national, and ideological boundaries, both among members of the Society and those outside the Society;
  • To increase the theoretical and practical significance of political psychology both inside and outside academia;
  • To provide mutual support among members of their freedom to generate and disseminate their findings and ideas.

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Our 2008 Annual Meeting, July 9 to July 12, 2008;
Select Bibliographies in Political Psychology;
Colleges and Universities with Comprehensive Political Psychology Programs;
Colleges and Universities offering Political Psychology Courses;
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Contact.

About: ISPP is an interdisciplinary organization representing all fields of inquiry concerned with exploring the relationships between political and psychological processes. Members include psychologists, political scientists, psychiatrists, historians, sociologists, economists, anthropologists, as well as journalists, government officials and others. The Society is also international, with members from all regions of the world: the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa … (full text).

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