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European Bulletin of Social Psychology 31,2 (November 2019)


Dear Members of the EASP,

November darkness has finally reached us. Hopefully however, a new issue of the European Bulletin, with information about all the exciting activities of our Association, such as meetings, recently awarded grants, new members, and a lot more, will help to lighten up the day.

Our flagship event, next year's General Meeting in Krakow is rapidly approaching. The local organizing team, Katarzyna Jasko, Marcin Bukowski, Ewa Szumowska, Piotr Dragon and Malgorzata Kossowska are doing an impressive job to prepare this huge event. Similarly, the Program Committee, headed by Karen Douglas, deserves our respect and thanks for carrying out the difficult task of handling the submissions. Given these hard working teams, and the beautiful and friendly city of Krakow, we need not worry whether the meeting will both be a big success academically, and include a lot of pleasure and fun for all participants. A new feature of this year's meeting will be our Poster Awards; see below for further details. For more information about the General Meeting, please see the news on the Program and Organizing Committees’ work.

I would also like to draw your special attention to the call for new Executive Committee Member nominations (deadline is March 15th, 2020). During the General Meeting in Krakow, four of the current EC-members will have served their six-year term, and four new members will be elected. As one of the members who leave the committee next year, I want to express my deep gratitude for being given the opportunity to work for our association and the interest of all our members. It has been a time of huge changes both in academia and in the world at large, with exciting opportunities but also challenges. I am very happy that new members will get the chance to contribute to our Association with new ideas and different perspectives in this critical shift in time.

Unfortunately, there are continuous reports about violations of academic freedom in our close vicinity. Reports on the current situation for threatened academics in Turkey can be viewed here. The EASP is committed to support threatened colleagues through several actions. One of the actions taken is to find colleagues who could provide honorable memberships or any other type of affiliation to universities that would aid scientists who have been laid off to continue to do research, increase their visibility and potentially also provide access to other resources. If your university can offer this type of affiliation, please send us a note ( In this issue of the Bulletin you will also find a call of support for Roland Imhoff’s petition in support of one of our Polish members.

The EASP has introduced a code of conduct for our meetings and summer schools. However, reports of misconduct sometimes come from within the universities, and can then seriously affect the opportunities of junior and early career researchers. While we do not expect such cases to be frequent, it is important that our Association can offer support in these situations. The EASP support scheme is described below (see the article "It takes a village…" by Kai Jonas below).

With all best wishes,
Torun Lindholm and Tina Keil

Opinions and Perspectives

by Cătălin Mamali, Ph.D.,

Dear Colleagues,

Cătălin Mamali

It is now 30 years and a bit from the fall down of the formal communist regimes across Europe. While social psychology research (European and not only) has since achieved a well-documented and highly significant progress, at the same time our discipline faces a tremendous unfinished job with profound epistemic, moral, political and practical ramifications. This unfinished job regards the systematic study of the human disaster generated by the communist ideology and politics over a long period of time.

I am more than aware that our field of inquiry is extremely rich and growing at a fast pace. My attempt to add a topic of relatively wide interest is therefore a daring job that might look unrealistic, even considered as romantic.

However, very few social psychologists, sociologists, social historians and political scientists have been interested in the wide range of human problems disclosed by the fall of the communist regimes in 1989 in Europe, and by the inertia of the communist habits, mentality, network and ideology. These problems may ...

Read full article here

Election of new Executive Committee Members

Call for Nominations


Four members of the current Executive Committee of the EASP will have served their six-year term and are due to be replaced at the next General Meeting, in Krakow. Torun Lindholm, Jean-Claude Croizet, Ernestine Gordijn, and Kai Sassenberg will leave the Executive Committee in July 2020, whereas Malgorzata Kossowska, Monica Rubini, and Kai J. Jonas, will stay for another three-year term.

According to the Standing Orders of the association, the nomination procedure is as follows: Each nomination must be supported by two full members, addressed to the Secretary of the association, Torun Lindholm ( Completed applications will be accepted and presented to members for election at least one month before the GM. The deadline for receiving nominations for the upcoming election is March 1st, 2020.

Each nomination packet has to contain:

  • A letter from the nominee, agreeing to serve on the Executive Committee, if elected.
  • Letters of support from two full members of the association
  • Brief (half an A4 page) background information from the nominee, including:
    1. a summary of academic positions, administrative experience, and current research interests;
    2. the nominee's perspective on what are relevant issues for EASP and its Executive Committee to consider in the future, and
    3. a list of three publications the nominee considers to be most representative for his or her work.

All supplied information will be treated confidentially. Once all applications have been checked and confirmed, candidates will receive specific instructions of what they need to write for members to read at the time of the election.

Please check the Standing Orders on the EASP website for more detailed information. Please note, the voting will be carried out electronically from now on. Further details on this procedure will be given in due course.

It takes a village...

“It takes a village to raise a child…”

EASP's Vow to Early Career Researchers in Need

by Kai J. Jonas, on Behalf of the Executive Committee

The EASP has introduced a code of conduct for its own events, such as summer schools and general meetings, but we are aware that sexual harassment, intimidation and other forms of misconduct of scientific staff at their own universities are potentially affecting junior scholars (early career researchers, ECRs). Experience with such cases in the past has shown that ECRs do not only find themselves in a personal victim role, but also professionally devoid of opportunities. That is, it can significantly limit their academic qualifications (e.g., finalizing their PhD, or lacking a supportive network to make first own steps on the job market). Luckily, in many cases, there have been other senior scientists available to take over roles that were left vacant. That way, PhDs could be finished, Post-Doc projects could be brought to a productive end, and ECRs could build their academic career, even with the primary supervisor not present anymore.

We do not expect such sad cases to become the norm, but we want to offer solutions structurally, so that they do not have to be born out of need in the moment. Put differently, we want to show responsibility, and also ask the larger EASP community to take their share in this. Most importantly, we seek to strongly underwrite the norm expressed in the quote, “it takes a village to raise a child”, which is already at the core of the EASP’s activities. We care about ECRs and many of the EASP’s mechanisms are already geared toward supporting scientists in the early years of their career. We believe that this care needs to be accessible in moments when ECRs may not dare to ask for it, and find themselves in a vacuum.

Therefore, the executive committee has decided to offer the following support to ECRs in such situations:

  1. Providing reference letters for future employment and to act as a referee; based on the CV of the ECR
  2. Providing academic mentorship to ECRs
  3. Act as committee members for dissertations, or stand in as promotor; or to facilitate linkage to colleagues that are closer to the domain of the PhD.
  4. Facilitate linkage to labs and promotors where PhD trajectories can be finalized, either as external candidates or if local funds permit, as direct members of such labs.

We are fully aware that the solutions needed in individual cases cannot be put into writing here and now. Also, we may not be able to meet all needs in every case but we will try and make use of the community as a whole. Hence, we can only encourage ECRs to approach the Executive Committee members in moments of need and to voice their need for support. We will then do our utmost to find solutions discretely and to the benefit of everybody involved.

Petition to Promote Michal Bilewicz to Professor

Roland Imhoff has started a petition in support of our colleague and member Michal Bilewicz. We support this action and encourage EASP members to sign the petition.


Currently, Michal's nomination to professorship is being blocked by the Polish President. In 2018, the Central Commission for Degrees and Titles approved Bilewicz to receive the title of professor. In November 2018, the documents were sent to the Chancellery of the Polish President. However, they have not yet been accepted or signed. This unprecedented time of withholding a signature gives rise to the suspicion that it is due to Michal Bilewicz's work on prejudice and because antisemitism in Poland. Such a silencing of democratic and critical voices cannot happen in a democratic country and is at odds with the core values of the European Union.

Campaign for a higher budget for Horizon Europe

The EASP aims to promote excellence in social psychology within Europe and beyond. Therefore, the EASP is an active member of Initiative for Science in Europe. Last September, members of ISE sent this letter to the new President-elect of the Commission, and the designated Commissioners with portfolios related to Education, Research, and Innovation. The EASP was also among the first signatories of the open letter to new Commissioners and has helped ISE with calling the scientific community to action. So far, the petition has gathered support from more than 13 thousand signatories and many scientific organizations. Moreover, ISE has recently started a campaign to advocate a higher budget for Horizon Europe. The EASP also supported this initiative.

Poster Awards at the GM 2020

We are excited to announce that for the first time, the EASP will issue awards for the best posters, during the General Meeting in Krakow. During each poster sessions, meeting delegates will be given the opportunity to vote for two posters. For voting purposes, each poster will be required to display a unique QR-code on the poster. The code can then be scanned by delegates (using their smartphone or tablet), enabling them to place their vote.

The winners of all sessions will be announced at the prize ceremony on the final conference day. Further information and details about the voting procedure, as well as information for poster presenters will be sent out soon.

Poster Award Sample

Poster Award Sample

European Monographs in Social Psychology

We would like to draw your attention to the European Monographs in Social Psychology. Published by Routledge and sponsored by the EASP, it encompasses the highest quality of European social psychology writing. For example, hot off the press is Rupert Brown’s biographical account of Henri Tajfel. Forthcoming, is a also a new edition of Helga Dittmar’s publication on consumer culture, identity and well-being, which is due to be published by the end of this year.

Particularly welcome are new and original contributions which approach social psychology from a wide range of theoretical perspectives, whose content may be applied, is theoretical, or empirical. If this applies to a manuscript you have been contemplating to write, or have already partially or fully completed, please consider publishing it in the European Monographs series.

For further information, please contact the Series Editors, Batja Mesquita ( and Vincent Yzerbyt ( Details about the submission procedure can be found here:

Upcoming EASP Meetings

EASP Meeting: Dissonance Spring: Future Directions in Cognitive Conflict Models

May 19th-22nd, 2020; Château de Val, Saint-Just, France; Application deadline: January 20th, 2020

EASP Meeting: Deeply Divided Societies: Social Psychological Processes and Theorising

May 22-24th, 2020, Home for Cooperation, Nicosia, Cyprus; Application deadline: January 15th, 2020

EASP Meeting: The Psychology of Attitudes: Social Processes of Evaluation

June 24-27th, 2020; University of Bath, UK; Application deadline: January 15th, 2020

EASP General Meeting 2020 in Krakow, Poland (June 30-July 4th, 2020)

Organisers: Katarzyna Jasko, Marcin Bukowski, Malgorzata Kossowska, Ewa Szumowska & Piotr Dragon

EASP Summer School 2020

Aug. 24th-Sept. 4th, 2020 at University of Surrey, UK; Application deadline: December 13th, 2019

Other upcoming Events and Member Announcements

Call for Collaborators for a large-scaled Replication Effort

For 2 Projects on Cognitive Dissonance; Data collection begin: September 2020

Call for submissions: IARR London 2020 Conference

International Association for Relationship Research; Submissions open: Oct. 15th, 2019-Dec. 1st, 2019

Call for Papers for Special Issue on "Punishment"

Zeitschrift für Psychologie; Submission deadline: December 1st, 2019

Call for Papers: “#Sorrynotsorry: Social Psychological and Intergroup Underpinnings of Political Apologies”

Special Collection: International Review of Social Psychology; Submission deadline (abstract): December 1st, 2019

Call for Papers: 5th International Conference on Social Identity and Health

Nottingham-Trent University, UK; Submission deadline: December 31st, 2019

ISSI Preconference: Self and Identity

June 29th, 2020 at Hotel Polonia, Cracow, Poland; Registration deadline (abstracts): January 29th, 2020

Call for Papers for Special Issue on Social Identity and Leadership

The Leadership Quarterly; Extended submission deadline: January 31st, 2020

ISJR Conference 2020

July 7-10th, 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal; Submission deadline: January 31st, 2020

Preconference on Rethinking and Acting with Refugees: Bridging Science and Social Action

June 30th, Krakow, Poland; Submission deadline: February 28th, 2020

Call for Special Issue: Advances in Fostering Attachment Security

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH); Submission deadline: March 15th, 2020

Call for a Research Topic (article collection) on Nostalgia

Frontiers in Psychology (Section: Personality and Social Psychology); Submission deadline: March 28th, 2020

13th ADRIPS Meeting

Association for Dissemination of International Research in Social Psychology (ADRIPS); 15-17th July 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal

Member Publications

New Publication: Social Psychology in Action: Evidence-Based Interventions from Theory to Practice

Editors: Kai Sassenberg and Michael L.W. Vliek Springer, 2018; ISBN: 978-3-030-13787-8

New Publication: Henry Tajfel: Explorer of Identity and Difference

by Rupert Brown; Routledge, 2019 ISBN: 978-1-138-58981-0

Nouvelle Publication: Mon après-guerre à Paris - Chronique des années retrouvées

Serge Moscovici; Texte établi, présenté et annoté par Alexandra Laignel-Lavastine; Postface par Pierre et Denis Moscovici; ISBN: 978-2-246-82072-7

Grant and Meeting Reports

EASP Seedcorn Grant Report by Elisabetta Crocetti

University of Bologna, Italy; Project: “From Social Identification with Peer Groups to Identification with the Human Group in Adolescence”

EASP Seedcorn Grant Report by Marret K. Noordewier

Leiden University, The Netherlands; In collaboration with Małgorzata A. Gocłowska, University of Bath, UK; Project: Understanding Knowledge Emotions

Preliminary EASP Seedcorn Grant Report by Anouk Smeekes

Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Project: Collective nostalgia and social categorization: A neuroscience perspective

Travel Grant Report by Dorottya Lantos

Goldsmiths, University of London; Visit to the Molenberghs Social Neuroscience Lab, Melbourne, Australia

Travel Grant Report by Hellen Vergoossen

Stockholm University, Sweden; Visit to the University of Exeter, UK, with Dr. Thekla Morgenroth

Travel Grant Report by Amy Orben

University of Oxford, UK; Research visit to the Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Report on EASP Meeting: Intergroup Communication

June 26-28th, 2019 in Bologna, Italy; Scientific Committee: Michela Menegatti, Howard Giles, Silvia Moscatelli, Flavia Albarello, Antonis Gardikiotis, Andrea Carnaghi

Report on EASP Meeting: Cognitive Conflicts: Taking a Cognitive Perspective on Social Phenomena

3rd-6th July, 2019 in Tübingen, Germany; Organizers: Daniela Becker¹, Roland Deutsch², Christina Heitmann², Tali Kleiman³, Kevin Winter¹

Report on Joint EASP-SPSSI Meeting: Self-affirmation in Education

June 27-28th, 2019 at University of Sussex, UK; Organizers: Matt Easterbrook, David Sherman and Peter Harris

Report on SISPP/SPSP Summer School 2019

Report by EASP Postgraduate Members Esma Çiftçi, Ruddy Faure, Anja Munder, Melissa Vink & Kevin Winter

Report on EASP Meeting: The Evolution, Emergence, Development, and Maintenance of Stereotypes

June 27-30th, 2019 at Castle Eyba/Saalfeld, Germany; Organizers: Stefanie Hechler, Deliah Bolesta, & Thomas Kessler (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena)

Report on EASP Meeting: Language Challenges in the 21st Century

June 20th-22nd, 2019, Warsaw, Poland; Organizers: Karolina Hansen & Magdalena Skrodzka (University of Warsaw), Janin Roessel (University of Manheim), Megan Birney (University of Chester), Tamara Rakić (Lancaster University)

Report on Joint SPSSI-EASP Meeting: Mapping Space/Place and Psychology

June 28th, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Organizers: Jessica Salvatore (Sweet Briar College) and Thomas Morton (University of Exeter)

Report on EASP Meeting: Annecy Interpersonal Relationships and Tech

May 24-25th, 2019, Annecy, France; Organizers: Rick Klein, Rhonda Balzarini, Elisa Sarda, Michelle Kaufman, and Hans IJzerman

Report on EASP Meeting: Group Based Power: Solidarity vs. Collective Action

June 28th–July 1st, 2018 at Castle Eyba, Thuringia, Germany; Organizers: David F. Urschler & Thomas Kessler (Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena)

Meeting Report of the 21st ESCON Transfer of Knowledge Conference

2-4th September, 2019; University of Bordeaux Organized by François Ric, Antonin Carrier, Alice Follenfant, and Baptiste Subra

New Members of the Association

The following applications for membership were approved by the Executive Committee in October 2019. In November 2019, each of the applicants will become a member of the EASP in the category indicated below. Names of members providing letters of support are in the third line of the entry:

Full Membership

Dr. Katharina Berger
Tübingen, Germany
M. Hütter, R. Ziegler
Dr. Philippe Bernard
Brussels, Belgium
L. Licata, O. Klein
Dr. Marco Biella
Tübingen, Germany
M. Hütter, M. Brambilla
Dr. Yvana Bocage-Barthélémy
Poitiers, France
Y. Koc, S. Goudeau
Dr. Jimmy Calanchini
Riverside, USA
K.C. Klauer, J. Degner
Dr. Naira Delgado
La Laguna, Spain
M. Brambilla, L. Harris
Dr. Lynn Farrell
Belfast, UK
R. Turner, I. Latu
Dr. Jin X. Goh
Waterville, USA
A. Livingstone, M. Li
Dr. Nader Hakim
Greenville, USA
N. Branscombe, M. Noor
Dr. Marloes Huis
Groningen, The Netherlands
S. Otten, N. Hansen
Dr. Katarzyna Jasko
Krakow, Poland
M. Bukowski, M. Kossowska
Dr. Michelle Kaufman
Baltimore, USA
H. Ijzerman, E. Sard
Dr. Anand Krishna
Würzburg, Germany
T.M. Erle, R. Deutsch
Dr. Fanny Lalot
Kent, UK
D. Abrams, J. Falomir-Pichastor
Dr. Lynsey Mahmood
London, UK
D. Abrams, R. Giner-Sorolla
Dr. Simone Mattavelli
Milano, Italy
M. Brambilla, S. Sacchi
Dr. Mariana Miranda
Lisbon, Portugal
R. Costa Lopes, T. Garcia Marques
Dr. Zachary Niese 
Tübingen, Germany
M. Hütter, R. Ziegler
Dr. Sandra Obradovic
London, UK
I. Gleibs, J. Sheehy-Skeffington
Dr. Cliodhna O’Connor
Dublin, Ireland
I. Kadianaki, L. Taylor
Dr. Zachary Petzel
Belfast, UK
R. Turner, I. Latu
Dr. Ivana Piterova
Kosice, Slovakia
L. Lovas, J. Vyrost
Dr. Abigail Riemer
Waukesha, USA
O. Klein, G. Saez
Dr. Antoine Roblain
Brussels, Belgium
O. Klein, L. Licata
Dr. Marco Salvati
Rome, Italy
A. Carnaghi, M. Giacomantonio
Dr. Toni Schmader
Vancouver, Canada
C. Sedikides, C. van Laar
Dr. Tuija Seppälä
Tampere, Finland
A.-M. Pirttilä-Backman, E. Finell
Dr. Linda Skitka
Chicago, USA
M. Gollwitzer, W. Hofmann
Dr. Rui Sun
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
A. Fischer, D. Sauter
Dr. Clare Sutherland
Aberdeen, UK
N. Macrae, D. Ray
Dr. Roberta R. Valtorta
Aosta, Italy
C. Volpato, L. Andrighetto
Dr. Anne M. van der Bles
Groningen, The Netherlands
R. Pliskin, T. Postmes
Dr. Johanna Vollhardt
Worcester, MA,USA
Z.P. Szabo, M. Ulug
Dr. Natalia Zarzeczna
Birmingham, UK
G. Haddock, U. von Hecker

Postgraduate Membership

Maximilian Agostini
Groningen, The Netherlands
M. van Zomeren, R. Spears
Lauren Beadleston
Limerick, Ireland
J. Roth, A. O’Donnell
Paul Bertin
Nice, France
J.W. van Prooijen, L. Cambon
Catarina Carvalho
Porto, Portugal
R. Costa Lopes, I. Pinto
Anthony Cherbonnier
Rennes, France
H. Ijzerman, E. Sarda
Nele Claes
Chambery, France
O. Klein, A. Smeding
Gina Collins
Exeter, UK
A. Livingstone, J. Smith
Francesco Di Prinzio
Rome, Italy
S. Sacchi, S. Pagliaro
Iwan Dinnick
Keele, UK
M. Noor, S. Coen
Mengchen Dong
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
J.W. van Prooijen, P. van Lange
Terence Dores Cruz
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
B. Beersma, R. van der Lee
Ahmed El-Azhari
Clermont-Ferrand, France
J.-C. Croizet, A. Normand
Tiarah Engels
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
D. Sauter, A. Fischer
Ertugrul G. Eraslan
Keele, UK
H. Cakal, Y. Acar
Moritz Fischer
Munich, Germany
D. Frey, M. Gollwitzer
Bjarki T. Gronfeldt
Canterbury, UK
A. Cislak, A. Cichocka
Slieman Halabi
Jena, Germany
A. Kende, S. Reicher
Elisabeth Höhne
Hannover, Germany
F. Strack, T. Sevincer
Emily Huges
Exeter, UK
M. Koschate-Reis, J. Smith
Shuxian Jin
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
D. Balliet, P. van Lange
Klara Jurstakova
Kent, UK
E. Ntontis, J. Drury
Eva M. Kantas
Budapest, Hungary
M. Kovacs, A. Minescu
Busra Karakose
Keele, UK
H. Cakal, Y. Acar
Tijana Karic
Belgrade, Serbia
V. Mihic, M. Brankovic
Busra Kizik
Keele, UK
H. Cakal, Y. Acar
Jannis Kreienkamp
Groningen, The Netherlands
N. Hansen, K. Epstude
Julia Langdon
London, UK
R. Peterson, T. Mussweiler
Lucie-Anna Lankester
Paris, France
M.P. Fayant, S. Goudeau
Yi Liu
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P. van Lange, F.Righetti
Kunalan Manokara
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
A. Fischer, D. Sauter
Cristhian Martinez
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
P. van Lange, J.-W. van Prooijen
Mafalda Mascarenhas
Lisbon, Portugal
R. Costa Lopes, T. Garcia Marques
Meghann Matthews
Sheffield, UK
A. Iyer, T. Webb
Erdem O. Meral
Tilburg, The Netherlands
A. Saribay, I. van Beest
Annika Nieper
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
B. Beersma, G. van Kleef
Milica Ninkovic
Belgrade, Serbia
I. Zezelj, M. Brankovic
Mukkader Okuyan
Kiel, Germany
Y. Acar, M. Ulug
Paula Paajanen
Tampere, Finland
C. Stevenson, E. Finell
Lotte Pummerer
Tübingen, Germany
K. Sassenberg, A. Scholl
Lisa Rabl
Tübingen, Germany
S. Utz, A. Oeberst
Justin Richardson
Groningen, The Netherlands
T. Postmes, K. Stroebe
Anais Robert
Clermont-Ferrand, France
A. Normand, J.-C. Croizet
Carolina A. Rocha Santa Maria
St. Andrews, UK
S. Reicher, H. Carvacho
Alina Salmen
Canterbury, UK
K. Douglas, A. Cichocka
Mona Salwender
Mannheim, Germany
D. Stahlberg, J. Roessel
Leonie C. Schmidt
Groningen, The Netherlands
R. Spears, C. Texeira
Eric Shuman
Groningen, The Netherlands
M. van Zomeren, E. Halperin
Arnaud Stanczak
Clermont -Ferrand, France
C. Darnon, J.-C. Croizet
Manuel Teresi
Chieti, Italy
S. Pagliaro, M.G. Pacilli
Yasemin Ulusahin
St. Andrews, UK
Y. Acar, S. Reicher
Halime Unver
Keele, UK
H. Cakal, Y. Acar
Antoine Vanbeneden
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
V. Yzerbyt, K.-A. Woltin
Birka Zapf
Tübingen, Germany
A. Scholl, K. Sassenberg
Janis Zickfeld
Oslo, Norway
B. Seibt, T. Schubert
Anna K. Zinn
Exeter, UK
J. Smith, M. Koschate-Reis

Grant Awards

The following members have received a grant from the EASP:

  • Aya Adra (Travel Grant)
  • Luca Andrighetto (Collaborative Grant)
  • Farid Anvari (Pre-Registered Research Grant)
  • Martijn Blikmans (Travel Grant)
  • Konrad Bocian (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Canan Coskan (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Alessandro Gabbiadini (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Peter Hegarty (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Inna Ksenofontov (Seedcorn Grant)
  • André F. Marques (Travel Grant)
  • Tomás Palma (Seedcorn Grant)
  • Daniel Toribio-Flórez (Travel Grant)

Executive Committee

Jean-Claude Croizet (Meetings Officer),
Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale et Cognitive, UMR CNRS 6024, Université Clermont-Auvergne,
34 avenue Carnot TSA 60401, F-63001 Clermont-Ferrand Cedex 1, France

Ernestine Gordijn (Journals Officer),
Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, University of Groningen, Grote Kruisstraat 2/1, NL‑9712 TS Groningen, Netherlands

Kai Jonas (Treasurer),
Work and Social Psychology, Maastricht University, Universiteitssingel 40, NL‑6229 ER Maastricht, Netherlands

Małgorzata Kossowska (European Liaison Officer),
Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University, Ingardena 6, PL‑30‑060 Krakow, Poland

Torun Lindholm (Secretary),
Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, SE‑106 91 Stockholm, Sweden

Monica Rubini (Grants Officer),
Department of Psychology, University of Bologna, I‑40126 Bologna, Italy

Kai Sassenberg (President),
Knowledge Media Research Center, Schleichstr. 6, D‑72076 Tuebingen, Germany

Sibylle Classen (Executive Officer),
P.O. Box 420 143, D‑48068 Muenster, Germany


Executive Officer
Sibylle Classen
P.O. Box 420 143
D-48068 Muenster

Torun Lindholm
Stockholm University

Media Manager
Tina Keil

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