You can view photos and webcasts of the General Meeting in Stockholm 2011 on: http://w3.psychology.su.se/easp2011/
17th General Meeting of the EASP
Amsterdam, The Netherlands July 9-12, 2014
Agneta Fischer and Kai J. Jonas are very happy to welcome you in Amsterdam on behalf of the EASP and the organizing team. Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe, known for its cozy and hospitable atmosphere, its canals, nightlife, and numerous museums. We are organizing the General Meeting in the heart of the city, in one of the oldest university buildings. Thus, attendants of the General Meeting can combine the Amsterdam ambiance and top science in a walking distance. To keep you informed, we will be continuously updating the website: www.easp2014.com.
Please take notice of the fact that Amsterdam is a popular and busy tourist location, especially during the summer months. We have pre-booked a number of hotels rooms, during and around the conference dates, but we can only advise you to book your accommodation and travel arrangements early. Otherwise finding accommodation in a medium price range may turn out to be difficult.
Call for submissions
The Scientific Committee of the European Association of Social Psychology invites submissions of proposals for posters, individual oral presentations, and symposia to be presented at the 17th General Meeting, 9-12 July 2014, in Amsterdam. We welcome proposals on all topics of social psychology.
Deadline for submission: Friday, 08 November 2013 at 24:00 hours GMT
Click this link to access the paper submission site:
The General Meeting of the Association takes place every three years. It is the largest and most important of the meetings sponsored by the Association, and is the only occasion on which members are able to meet and discuss their work with a large proportion of the membership. It is also the occasion on which the Business Meeting (or 'members' meeting,' as it is called in the Articles) takes place. Among other matters, this is when new members of the Executive Committee are elected, and the roles of President, Secretary, and Treasurer change hands.
The philosophy of the General Meeting is that all members should be able to present their research. With the increasing size of the Association, it is no longer possible to ensure that all members are able to make oral presentations. In recent meetings the role played by poster sessions has therefore gained in importance. A typical General Meeting consists of a number of symposia, a number of individual paper sessions, and two or more poster sessions. An attempt is made to strike a good balance between, on the one hand, offering a broad choice of presentations, and, on the other, keeping the number of parallel sessions to a minimum.
Whereas the task of running a General Meeting used to be one that was taken on by a local organiser, who made local arrangements, and the Secretary of the Association, who looked after the scientific programme, the scope and complexity of the current General Meetings means that local arrangements are dealt with by the Local Organising Committee, and the setting up of the programme is handled by a specially appointed Scientific Programme Committee.
The Association supports each General Meeting financially.
Past General Meetings
1963 December 12 - 16 Sorrento, Italy [before foundation]
1964 December 11 - 15 Frascati, Italy [before foundation]
1966 March 27 - April 1 Royaumont, France [1st official plenary meeting]
1969 April 8 - 12 Leuven, Belgium
1972 April 12 - 15 Leuven, Belgium
1975 April 8 - 12 Bielefeld, (West) Germany
1978 March 28 - April 1 Weimar, (East) Germany
1981 April 5 -9 Sussex, England
1984 May 8 - 12 Tilburg, Netherlands
1987 May 19 - 24 Varna, Bulgaria
1990 June 19 - 24 Budapest, Hungary
1993 September 15 - 20 Lisbon, Portugal
1996 July 13 - 18 Gmunden, Austria
1999 July 6-11 Oxford, UK
2002 June 26-29 San Sebastian, Spain
2005 July 19 - 23 Wuerzburg, Germany
2008 June 10 - 14 Opatija, Croatia
2011 July 12 - 16 Stockholm, Sweden