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	Bringing Intragroup Processes Back to Social Psychology
Location: Room TBD  |  8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

The origins of social psychology can be traced back to early studies of intragroup processes by Lewin and others. In recent years, however, social psychologists have drifted away from the ’social’ roots from which our field originated. In this unique preconference, we seek to re-invigorate research interest in the study of social interactions within groups. We will feature an array of speakers from social psychology as well as management and other disciplines (e.g., computer sciences) who are doing cutting edge work on intragroup processes, and we will conclude with a discussion on why social psychologists should be studying intragroup processes and why the area of intragroup processes would benefit from going back to its psychological roots.

Lindred Greer
University of Michigan

Astrid Homan
University of Amsterdam

Adam Galinsky
Columbia University

Verlin Hinsz
North Dakota State University

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