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European Bulletin of Social Psychology 33,3 (June 2022)

Dear friends and colleagues,

We hope that this second edition of the Bulletin for 2022 finds you all well. The Bulletin includes comments from our president Kai Jonas and some information (and a request) about next year’s General Meeting. We also include a letter from the President of the Polish Association of Social Psychology.

You will also find an update from our Social Psychology Ambassadors, and an announcement for a workshop on scientific writing and publishing. We also call for applications for new editors of the European Review of Social Psychology, and Social Psychological and Personality Science. We also warmly welcome our new Executive Officer Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo.

Moreover, you will find our usual announcements of future activities, recently awarded grants, and the new members who we warmly welcome to the EASP community.

With best wishes,
Karen, Hannah, and the EASP Executive Committee

President's Corner

Dear colleagues,

I am writing this president’s corner currently being based in Johannesburg, South Africa, where much stricter COVID-19 regulations are still in place, and it seems to me that these regulations have widened the existing societal divide here even more. Anyone studying the categorization and effects of barbed wire fences, walls and other dividers will find themselves in the “place to be” even more than before. As much as we hoped that we could leave COVID-19 behind us this Northern hemisphere spring, we are already proven wrong. The war in Ukraine has seamlessly created another major geopolitical and humanitarian crisis. What I am trying to say is that the world is not back to “normal” unfortunately, but for many of us, it this “normal” did not exist before either. Political commentaries recently wrote that the “cold war” is back. The Vietnamese-American author Viet Thanh Nguyen rightfully states that for a number of us that could not enjoy the privilege of living in Western Europe, the so-called “cold war” was a “hot war” all along.

The world of 2022 also impacts EASP and its members. While social psychology as a discipline has potentially even gained in relevance explaining and commenting on current phenomena, many of our members remain or are now personally affected, too. We are also publishing a summary by our Polish sister society, the Polish Social Psychological Society, authored by Tomasz Grzyb, on their response to the Ukraine refugee crisis. I believe that many of you find that informative and inspirational.

The General Meeting will take place in Cracow July 1-4, 2023 as planned. We have had careful but reassuring discussions with the organizing team around Malgorzata Kossowska who confirmed that Cracow is safe and a welcoming town for everybody, gay or straight. The format of the GM has to be adjusted of course to reflect changes after COVID-19 and the global and local political situation. We will not be able to offer a full hybrid version due to financial constraints and we have to ask for early and full commitment to make a financially robust planning possible. A survey among our members is getting distributed to help the organizers to come up with a format that fits best.

While there is much happening out there, the “back office” of EASP is very busy as well. Nina Hansen, our new executive assistant, Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo, and I are working hard to make EASP future-proof. The amount and depth of administration that EASP now has to comply with has made it necessary to further and seriously professionalize our activities. We need to work with accountants, legal counsel, tax advisors etc. to be able to comply. Procedures that many of you may remember to be possible in the past are not compliant with the new regulations we have to operate under. This will make a number of processes more complicated and it will be a learning period for all of us, and the EC is asking for your understanding. We will explain those measures in a town hall meeting before the summer.

For now, all the best

Kai Jonas

EASP General Meeting 2023

Dear members of EASP,

It is that time of the year when we remind you about the EASP General Meeting, which is going to happen in 2023 in Krakow. We hope that the warm feeling of cognitive consistency will only strengthen your motivation to come but secretly we assume that the dates from 30.06 to 4.07.2023 are already booked in your calendars for the next year.

We realize that in the meantime you might find yourself in socially awkward situations when someone sends you an alternative invitation for the dates overlapping with the General Meeting. Don’t worry! We’re here to help with some evidence-based strategies that you can use (with references). For example, you could say…

“Sorry! From 30.06 to 4.07 I’ll be at the EASP General Meeting because…
… my high need for closure made me already book the hotel (Kruglanski, 2004)
… July in Krakow is both warm and competent (Fiske et al., 2002)
… I already said I would do it and it wasn’t forced (Festinger & Carlsmith, 1959)
… I believe I can do it (Bandura, 1977)
… the future in Krakow feels particularly pleasant (Bem, 2011)
... my doctor advised me to avoid the frustration of missing the EASP GM (Dollard et al., 1939)
… the organizing committee sent me a lot of emails (Zajonc, 1968)
… everyone else is going to be there (all social psychologists, all the time).”

We hope that it will help! Stay tuned and we promise we will not let you forget about the GM :)

EASP General Meeting 2023

EASP General Meeting 2023

Letter from the President of the Polish Association of Social Psychology

Since February 24, from the beginning of the Russian aggression against Ukraine, 3.4 million refugees have crossed the Polish-Ukrainian border. Only some of them kept moving forward – in order to arrive, predominantly, at Western European countries – the vast majority stayed in Poland. These include mainly women and children. Most men, as they are subject to compulsory military service, have stayed in Ukraine. Once in Poland, Ukrainians rarely stay in refugee camps – most of them rent apartments or rooms or stay with host Polish families.

Naturally, this situation brings about certain psychological consequences. The immense will to provide help, financial, material or in the form of voluntary service, displayed by the Polish people throughout the initial weeks of the war in Ukraine starts to slowly die out. Even though the mood among the members of Polish society is mostly pro-Ukrainian, some anti-refugee voices can be heard as well – these, almost certainly, are knowingly fuelled through Russian misinformation.

In the wake of this situation, the Polish Social Psychological Society wishes to undertake a number of actions. I would like to describe a few of them.

Firstly, PSPS and its members are involved in providing direct help to refugees. Some of us work as volunteers, host refugees at our homes or help them adjust to the new reality. We also provide legal aid. PSPS has appointed a coordinator whose job is to gather offers of aid and diagnose needs.

PSPS has participated in the development of a therapeutic fairy tale titled “Ola, Borys i ich nowi przyjaciele” (Ola, Borys and Their New Friends) – the book, issued in 10 thousand copies, was handed to children arriving at Poland. The book, with the plot constructed around the problem of finding oneself in a new reality, was to help young refugees during their first days in a new country. The initiative received very positive feedback – it was found to be very useful for the volunteers working at railway stations and at reception points for refugees.

Our society also disseminates information on social psychology to the general audience. Recently, we have prepared a series of brief texts, written in plain language, devoted to stereotypes and prejudice. These are disseminated through PSPS social media channels. We hope that with these texts, their audience will be able to better understand the social processes we are witnessing.

We also remember about researchers – many of us would like to investigate, from the scholarly perspective, the situation the refugees have found themselves in. Thus, PSPS supports the idea of setting up standards for research conducted on refugees, through which we would make sure their well-being is taken into consideration and they are treated subjectively.

We also plan further measures – we are working on an educational program for teachers who have to teach classes composed of both Polish and Ukrainian students. We hope the program will be launched in September. We want the program, which will be based on the current knowledge of intergroup relations, to provide teachers with the right tool for handling multiculturalism-related problems.

There are many challenges ahead – we would like to express our gratitude for the support we have been receiving from the European community of psychologists. We sincerely hope that together we will be able to help those who suffered the most due to the warfare.

Prof. Tomasz Grzyb
President of Polish Association of Social Psychology

Introducing our new Executive Officer: Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo

Oladipupo Shobowale has moved on to a different function after managing the transfer of our office from Germany. We are very thankful for his service in these times of change and COVID-19.

To secure a smooth handover and to safeguard a continuous direct line to our Dutch tax advisor, accountant, tax authorities we are very happy that we can present our new executive assistant, Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo. Kennedy is going to be hosted by Maastricht University, and we are very grateful for this continuous institutional support.

Kennedy obtained his master’s degree in biomedical sciences specialising in fundamental and translational neuromodulation at Maastricht University. During his career path he has been eager to train competences that meet the requirements set by future employers and society. Following his graduation, Kennedy secured a position as a patient and research administrator, while conducting research on blood donation to expand his research skills. Ultimately, he strives to pursue a PhD. Kennedy has a proactive attitude which paved way to his current position as an executive officer at EASP. He will work part-time for EASP.

Welcome to the EASP community, Kennedy!

Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo

Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo

Member Contributions to the History Website

We would like to remind you about the website on the history of European social psychology: Thank you very much to colleagues who have contributed so far. The website is still very incomplete, however, and we write again to request more contributions.

We would like to expand the website to cover the history of social psychology in Europe as broadly as we possibly can. Specifically, we invite everyone to consider writing contributions about ideas, theories, schools, or people in European social psychology. We are also interested in thoughts and streams that had a national or regional impact, but that have never or not yet been extensively discussed internationally.

We are not looking for people to send their papers to put on the website. Instead, we are asking for written contributions. Please take a look at the website to get an idea of what we're looking for, and get in touch if you would be willing to make a contribution. You can send these to

An online compendium of ideas, schools and people in the field of
Social Psychology

An online compendium of ideas, schools and people in the field of Social Psychology

Announcement: EASP Workshop on Scientific Writing and Publishing

September 23th and October 7th, 2022
Registration deadline: August 10th, 2022

Workshop last year:

Workshop this year:

We are happy to offer early career researchers an opportunity to participate in a workshop on scientific writing and publishing, to be delivered by our members Marco Brambilla (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy) and Kai Epstude (University of Groningen, The Netherlands). Marco and Kai delivered the workshop last year with great success (you can read the report in our previous bulletin), and we are grateful for their willingness to deliver it this year as well.

Training in scientific writing in English has been identified by the EASP as an obstacle to achieving greater regional diversity, which impedes our discipline’s knowledge development. Therefore, priority will be given to PhD students and postdocs from underrepresented regions, who do not have access to an academic writing workshop in a PhD program, or who struggle with scientific English writing (self-identified).

The workshop will aim at giving participants advice on how to publish in social psychology journals. More specifically, participants will learn how to write a scientific article by focusing on the different sections of a paper, get practical advice and feedback, and will be asked to write some sections of a manuscript considering the contents of the workshop. In addition, they will discuss the publication system in general (how it works), and how to choose a journal for a specific paper. The workshop also provides the opportunity to address participants’ specific questions about any of these topics. The workshop is designed for PhD students who are in the second half of their doctoral programme or postdocs in early stages of their postdoctoral training.

To register, please email by August 10th, 2022. The subject of your email should be “RE: EASP Workshop on Scientific Writing and Publishing” and it should include the following information: your name, academic institution, PhD supervisor, career stage (i.e., year in PhD or postdoctoral studies), topic of research and title of your dissertation, and a paragraph that explains about your motivation to participate in the workshop.

EASP workshop on scientific writing and publishing

EASP workshop on scientific writing and publishing

Announcements from our Social Psychology Ambassadors

Invitation to a roundtable. Marija Branković (Singidunum University) aims to foster cooperation within the region through organizing local roundtables in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Kosovo, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine, and Latvia. These roundtables will bring together social psychologists from respective countries to discuss their experiences in doing research and participating in the European and broader international community. The first roundtable will be held in Slovakia in September. If you are interested in participating and have not been in touch yet with Dr. Branković, you are welcome to contact her at

Call for papers. Jana Papcunová (Institute of Social Sciences, CSPS, Slovak Academy of Sciences) invites submissions to a special issue of the journal Individual and Society (Človek a spoločnosť) on “Social media and networks, smartphones and its users from a psychological, social or pedagogical perspective.” The call is open until July 15 The journal’s new website provides all information for authors

Other Announcements

Calls for Papers:

Call for Submissions: Small Group Meeting: Intergroup relations in face of contemporary challenges
Submission deadline: June 30th, 2022

Call for papers and posters for the 2022 NoBeC-Conference
Submission deadline: July 15th, 2022

Call for Proposals: EASP-SPSSI Joint Small Group Meeting in 2023
Submission deadline: August 1st, 2022

ECR Special Issue of The Psychologist: Open Call for Contributors
The Psychologist; Submission deadline: August 15th, 2022

Call for papers for special issue on Identity patterns and sustainable choices
Psicologia sociale; Submission deadline: September 15th, 2022

Call for Papers - Special Issue in CRESP: The Social Psychology of Forced Migration
Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology; Submission deadline: October 31st, 2022

Call for Manuscripts for Special Issue "Using Social Influence to Nudge towards Healthy and Sustainable Food"
Social Influence; Submission deadline: December 1st, 2022


5th International Conference on Social Identity & Health
June, 23rd- 24th, 2022; Nottingham Trent University in Nottingham, UK; Registration deadline: June 17th, 2022
Organizer: Dr. Juliet Wakefield

Bridge the Gap! Conference: How to attract and retain technical talent in school and work contexts
June 30th and July 1st, 2022; University of Twente, The Netherlands
Organizers: Maaike Endedijk, Marlon Nieuwenhuis, Lianne Aarntzen, Ruth van Veelen and Natascha van Hattum-Janssen

EASP Meeting: New Directions in the Conceptualization and Measurement of Political Ideologies: Current Practices and Recent Developments
July 6-9th, 2022; Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences in Mannheim, Germany
Organizers: Axel Burger, Flavio Azevedo, Deliah Bolesta and Alexander Jedinger

International Society for Research on Emotion conference 2022
July 15-18th, 2022; University of Southern California in Los Angeles, USA; Registration deadline: July 14th, 2022

EASP Summer School 2022
July 24th - August 6th, 2022; SWPS University in Wroclaw, Poland
Organizers: Katarzyna Cantarero, Katarzyna Byrka, Dariusz Dolinski and Olga Bialobrzeska

3rd International Rationality Summer Institute (IRSI3)
July 24th - August 5th, 2022; Landau, Germany
Organizers: Klaus Fiedler, Florian Kutzner, Linda McCaughey and Ute Lorenz

European Social Cognition Network (ESCON) Transfer of Knowledge Conference
August 29th-31st, 2022; Milano, Italy; Registration deadline: June 30th, 2022

The Role of Emotions in Interethnic Relations
September 7th-9th, 2022; University Hall Utrecht, The Netherlands
Organizers: Magdalena Bobowik, Janis Zickfeld, Borja Martinović, and Anouk Smeekes

33rd Meeting of the German Peace Psychology Forum
September 23rd-24th, 2022; Marburg, Germany; Submission deadline: June 30th, 2022

SPSSI-EASP Small Group Meeting 2022
October 20th-22nd, 2022; Boston, USA
Organizers: Tabea Hässler, Stats Atwood, Léïla Eisner and Thekla Morgenroth 

Call for Applications: New Editors of the European Review of Social Psychology

The Executive Committee of the European Association of Social Psychology is inviting applications for a three-year term as Editor of the European Review of Social Psychology (ERSP), beginning in January 2023. We are looking for a joint application from two individuals who propose to share the editorial role as co-editors. Ideally, the applicant team will reflect the diversity of the association, in terms of geography, gender, career stage, and potentially other diversity indicators. We expect the new editors to take up the journal in January 2023, but the current editors have generously agree to provide a smooth transitioning during the first half of 2023.

The European Review of Social Psychology is an international open-submission review journal. It provides an outlet for substantial, theory-based reviews of empirical work addressing the full range of topics covered by the field of social psychology. Articles published in ERSP typically review a program of the author’s own research, as evidenced by the author's own papers published in leading peer-reviewed journals. The journal welcomes theoretical contributions that are underpinned by a substantial body of empirical research, which locate the research program within a wider body of published research in that area, and provide an integration that is greater than the sum of the published articles. The journal does not publish original empirical studies. Potential authorship is international, and papers are edited with the help of a distinguished, international editorial board.

Applicants must be members of EASP and ideally should have extensive editorial experience in a role such as journal editor, associate editor or book editor. They should be motivated and able to maintain the high standard of editorship and standing of the European Review of Social Psychology, and to promote the development of Social Psychology through the publication of high-quality research. Editors are also encouraged to actively increase the geographical and theoretical diversity represented in the journal.

Potential applicants wishing to discuss the role informally may email the EASP Journals Officer Roland Imhoff (, and either or both of the current ERSP Editors Rhiannon Turner (, and Gordon Hodson (

Applications should be sent via email to the Executive Officer (, and include a curriculum vitae and a brief statement (1 page) outlining the team’'s vision for the future development of ERSP.

Applications should be received by August 31, 2022.

European Review of Social Psychology Cover

European Review of Social Psychology Cover

Next Editor for Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS)

The Consortium for Social Psychological and Personality Science has opened nominations for the editorship of Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS) to begin July 1st, 2023.

The Editor-in-Chief shall be responsible for the scientific content of the journal, which currently appears in eight issues per annual volume. SPPS is a unique short reports journal in social and personality psychology. Its aim is to publish concise reports of empirical studies that provide meaningful contributions to our understanding of important issues in social and personality psychology. SPPS strives to publish innovative, rigorous, and impactful research. It is geared toward a speedy review and publication process to allow groundbreaking research to become part of the scientific conversation quickly.

The term of office of the Editor-in-Chief will be for four years. The journal has strong editorial support from the journal publisher (SAGE) as well as a budget for editorial stipends. How this will be distributed to editor, potential co-editors, and associate editors is open to negotiation with the incoming editor. Candidates for the position should have prior editorial experience with a peer-reviewed journal of some standing and should be in the position to offer the significant commitment of time, expertise, and resources that such a position requires.

Nominations (including self-nominations) should be sent with a nominee’s CV and a short letter describing relevant qualifications, editorial experience, and editorial philosophy to Prof. Roland Imhoff (Consortium Chairperson) at Please title your email “SPPS nomination” and include all documents (i.e., CV, short letter) in the same email, preferably as PDF attachments. Review of nominations by the Consortium (Roland Imhoff [chair], Judith Harackiewicz, Kerri Johnson, and Katie Corker) will begin on June 30th, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled.

Best regards,

Roland Imhoff, Judith Harackiewicz, Kerri Johnson, and Katie Corker
Consortium for Social Psychological and Personality Science

Logo: Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS)

Logo: Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS)

New Members of the Association

The following applications for membership were approved by the Executive Committee in May 2022. Each of the applicants will become a member of the EASP in the category indicated below. Names of members providing letters of support are included.

Full Membership:

Sinan ALPER (Yasar University, Turkey)
Selahattin Adil Saribay, Ayse Uskul

Eugenio DE GREGORIO (Link Campus University, Italy)
Marino Bonaiuto, Monica Rubini

Angela DORROUGH (University of Cologne, Germany)
Laura Froehlich, Joris Lammers

Naif ERGUN (Mardin Artuklu University, Turkey)
Karen Douglas, Pelin Gul

Nyla Branscombe, Carmen Huici Casal

Ivana JAKSIC (University of Belgrade, Serbia)
Marija Brankovic, Iris Zezelj

Alexander JEDINGER (GESIS-Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany)
Axel Burger, Tobias Rothmund

Maddalena MARINI (University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli, Italy)
Silvia Galdi, Anne Maass

Anna Dorothee MISCHKOWSKI (University of Cologne, Germany)
Jan Crusius, Jens Lange

Boglrka NYUL (Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary)
Anna Kende, Josef Pantya

Maria OLSSON (Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway)
Sarah Martiny, Melanie Steffens

Zafer OZKAN (Ordu University, Turkey)
Karen Douglas, Pelin Gul

Jenny PATERSON (Northumbria University, UK)
Gordon Hodson, Lee Shepherd

Jasmin RICHTER (University of Oslo, Norway)
Anne Gast, Ann-Christin Posten

Daniela RUZZANTE (University of Trento, Italy)
Maria Paola Paladino, Jeroen Vaes

Shpend VOCA (AAB College, Kosovo)
Sylvia Graf, Mirjana Rupar

Kirsten WESTMORELAND (Rice University, USA)
Smadar Cohen-Chen, Susanne Quadflieg

Janis ZICKFIELD (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Magdalena Bobowik, Jens Lange

Tibor ZINGORA (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic)
Sylvie Graf, Martina Hrebickova

Postgraduate Membership:

Robert AVERY (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
Fabrizio Butera, Eva Green

Oliver BLASCO (University of Bristol, UK)
Shelley McKeown Jones, Susanne Quadflieg

Rosandra COLADONATO (University of Trieste, Italy)
Mauro Bianchi, Andrea Carnaghi

Marty COLOMBO (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Dan Scheepers, Jojanneke van der Toorn

Daniela DI MICHELE (University of Padua, Italy)
Mara Cadinu, Francesca Guizzo

Isla DOUGALL (Durham University, UK)
Patrick Kotzur, Maja Kutlaca

Lewis DOYLE (University of Sussex, UK)
Matthew Easterbrook, Rebekka Kesberg

Martina FACCINI (University of Verona, Italy)
Elena Trifiletti, Inga Jasinskaja-Lathi

Aurore GABORIAUD (University Grenoble Alpes, France)
Dominique Muller, Anique Smeding

Robert GRUBER (University of the Arts Berlin, Germany)
Kai Epstude, Michael Hafner

Eline HEIKAMP (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Nina Hansen, Sabine Otten

Sarwesh ISHWARDAT (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Dan Scheepers, Jojanneke van der Toorn

Yoann JULLIARD (University Grenoble Alpes, France)
Florian Delmas, Dominique Muller

Dominika JURGIEL (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland)
Maria Lewicka, Adrian Wojcik

Aleksandra KOSIARCZYK (SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland)
Katarzyna Cantarero, Dariusz Dolinski

Vladislav KRIVOSHCHEKOV (University of Bern, Switzerland)
Sylvie Graf, Sabine Sczesny

Annette MALAPALLY (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany)
Susanne Bruckmuller, Vera Hoorens

Nuria MARTINEZ (Canterbury Christ Church University, UK)
Dennis Nigbur, Anne Templeton

Ellora MIGUEL (University of Paris, France)
Virginie Bonnot, Yvette Assilamehou-Kunz

Kshitij MOR (Utrecht University)
Dan Scheepers, Jojanneke van der Toorn

Catherine MOUGHALIAN (University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
Rim Saab, Susanne Tauber

Sara PANERATI (University of Bologna, Italy)
Michela Menegatti, Monica Rubini

Van ROSSUM (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Daan Scheepers, Colette Van Laar

Beatrice STERNBERG (University of Paris Nanterre, France)
Constantina Badea, Anthony Lantian

Vera Maren STRASSBURGER (University of Applied Sciences and Medical University, Hamburg, Germany)
Oliver Christ, Mathias Kauff

Marie WEISSFLOG (Ruhr University Bochum, Germany)
Lusine Grigoryan, Wilhelm Hofmann

Chenhao ZHOU (Utrecht University, The Netherlands)
Dan Scheepers, Jojanneke van der Toorn

Grant Awards

The following members have received a grant from the EASP.

Seedcorn Grants:

A. Amer - “Navigating the academic space: Experiences of female Muslim academics in British universities”

M.Gobel - “ Effects of economic inequality on distributed social cognition”

T.Gkinopoulos - “The role of social media use, sense of community inclusion, sense of ostracism and conspiracy mentality”

Collaborative Grants:

M. Sainz Martinez, C. Baldissarri - “Extending Knowledge about the Individual-, Group-, and Contextual-level Variables that Trigger Workers’ Self-Objectification: A Three-level Analysis”

Travel Grants:

L. Pummerer – visit to the University Libre de Bruxelles

K. Jurstakova – visit to the University of Queensland for the first Winter School Social Identity and Groups Network

Links to reports of previous funded grants can be found on the EASP website:

Executive Committee

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

Roland Imhoff (Journals Officer),
Social and Legal Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Binger Str. 14-16, D-55122 Mainz, Germany

Nina Hansen (Treasurer),
Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, University of Groningen, Grote Kruisstraat 2/1, NL 9712 TS Groningen, Netherlands

Nurit Shnabel (Diversity Officer),
The School of Psychological Sciences, Tel-Aviv University, Ramat Aviv, Tel-Aviv, Israel

Karen Douglas (Secretary and Membership Officer),
School of Psychology, University of Kent, Cantebury, Kent CT2 7NP, United Kingdom

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

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

Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo (Executive Officer),
Universiteitssingel 40, PO Box 616, 6200 MD Maastricht, The Netherlands

Executive Officer
Kennedy D’Abreu de Paulo
Universiteitssingel 40
PO Box 616
6200 MD Maastricht
The Netherlands

Karen Douglas
University of Kent
United Kingdom

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