The International Society of Political Psychology’s ISPP

ISPP’s purpose is to facilitate communication across disciplinary, geographic and political boundaries among scholars, concerned individuals in government and public posts, the communications media, and elsewhere who have a scientific interest in the relationship between politics and psychological processes. ISPP seeks to advance the quality of scholarship in political psychology and to increase the usefulness of work in political psychology.

Programs, Certificates, Research Centers, or Fields of Study in Political Psychology;
Political Psychology On-line Resources;

Contact Central Office: ISPP Central Office, Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, 346 Eggers Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244, Phone: 315-443-4470, Fax: 315-443-9085, E-mail.

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).

In January 1978, the International Society of Political Psychology was founded by Jeanne N. Knutson of the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles. Since that time, the Society has grown to over 800 members who share this area of scholarly interest.

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