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2020 SPSP New Orleans Convention

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	Advances in Cultural Psychology
Location: Room TBD  |  8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

This year's preconference, "Conflict, Polarization, and Cooperation: Cultural Origins and Solutions," focuses on how cultural psychology can help us understand the increased conflict and polarization in today's world, as well as ways to reduce conflict/polarization and increase cooperation across cultural and political lines. We will start the morning with a data blitz and our first session on interventions to bridge cultural divides. After a poster session and lunch, afternoon sessions will focus on conflict/polarization and cooperation, and a round table on conflict, polarization and cooperation to allow for dialogue among attendees. We will conclude with an award ceremony recognizing the accomplishments of leading cultural psychologists.

We look forward to seeing you in New Orleans!! Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.


8:00 - 8:45 AM
  
Continental Breakfast
8:45 - 9:00 AM
  
Welcome and Introductions
9:00 - 10:00 AM
  
Data Blitz
10:00 - 11:15 AM
  
Session on Intervention
 
  
- Bertjan Doosje, University of Amsterdam, Prevention of Radicalization: A cultural group’s perspective
 
  
- Heejung Kim, UC Santa Barbara, Why do I recycle? Socio-cultural diversity in Predictors of support for pro-environmental actions
 
  
- Tiffany Brannon, UCLA, Selves as Solutions to Social Inequalities: Harnessing Sociocultural Insights to Address Disparities Associated with Stigma
11:15 - 12:15 PM
  
Coffee/Poster
12:00 - 12:45 PM
  
Lunch
12:45 - 2:00 PM
  
Session on Conflict/Polarization
 
  
- Cory Clark, Durham University, UK, Tribalism is Human Nature
 
  
- Matt Motyl, Facebook, TBA
 
  
- Milan Obaidi, University of Oslo, Norway, Group-Based Relative Deprivation Explains Endorsement of Extremism Among Western-Born Muslims
2:00 - 3:15 PM
  
Session on Cooperation
 
  
- Jeremy Ginges, New School of Social Research, US, TBA
 
  
- Jonathan Schulz, George Mason University, TBA
 
  
- Marta Newson, University of Oxford, In-group causes of intergroup conflict
3:15 - 4:00 PM
  
Coffee/Round table Discussion on Group Conflict, Polarization, and Cooperation
 
  
(with speakers from the prior two sessions)
4:00 - 4:45 PM
  
Awards for Distinguished Contribution to Cultural Psychology

We're currently looking for data blitz submissions. To be considered for the Data Blitz session, please submit a 150-word abstract to acpreconference@gmail.com by October 1. We'll review these abstracts and waive the preconference registration fee for the presenter of the top abstract!

Abstracts for the poster session will be accepted through the SPSP submission form beginning September 1. There will be no single presenter talks.

submit here


The Outstanding Contribution to Cultural Psychology Award was established to recognize a scholar (or group of scholars) whose work has added substantially to the body of knowledge in cultural psychology—and related fields examining the intersection of cultural and psychological processes—and whose sustained contributions in research, teaching, and/or service have significantly advanced the field.

Individuals may self-nominate or be nominated by others. In addition to the typical nominations of a single individual or collaborative team, we also encourage nominations that revolve around specific themes or topics that could be awarded at the same time to multiple investigators, even if they have not collaborated with each other (e.g., scholars working on multiculturalism, emotion, religion, cultural change, social class, etc.; scholars who have contributed to the teaching of cultural psychology).

Nomination materials must include:

  1. A letter of recommendation detailing how the nominee's (or nominees') work fits the award criteria
  2. The nominee's (or nominees') current vita in electronic format

These materials should be sent in one email to Jeanne Tsai (jeanne.tsai@stanford.edu) by October 1, 2019. Awardees will be expected to give an award talk at the upcoming Cultural Psychology preconference of the SPSP Convention in New Orleans.



Jeanne Tsai
Stanford University

Igor Grossmann
University of Waterloo

Ayse Uskul
University of Kent

Jozefien DeLeerSnyder
University of Amsterdam


2020 Annual Convention
February 27-29, 2020
New Orleans, LA USA