The 2020 Group Processes and Intergroup Relations Preconference brings together world renowned scholars whose work focuses broadly on addressing social and societal issues. This is a diverse field of inquiry, and as a result, this preconference addresses social and political decision making and social change from the perspectives of political psychology, social identity, small group decision making, and importantly, the experience of stigmatized identities.
We encourage early career scholars (graduate students and new post-docs) to submit an abstract. We will select one abstract from our submission pool of submissions to give a full talk alongside our distinguished speakers. Please follow the below guidelines for submission.
Graduate students who attend the Group Processes and Intergroup Relations preconference will have the opportunity to engage with the invited speakers to learn about the current state of the field and get tips for their futures within it. Justin D. Hackett of California University of Pennsylvania is leading this development opportunity.
- Seating is limited; some sessions fill quickly
- Breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks are included
- Receive a $25 discount when you add the full convention to your registration