Psychology of Places - 2021

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Iniobong Essien - Organiser

Jimmy Calanchini - Organiser

Anette Rohmann - Organiser

The aim of this symposium is to bring together diverse research perspectives on the relation between places and psychological processes. A growing body of research investigates relationships between people and the places they occupy. At the foundation of this line of inquiry is the assumption that places, locations, and contexts are deeply imbued with social meaning, which in turn interacts with individual differences in personality, affect, cognition, and intergroup processes to influence judgments and behaviors.

This symposium features keynote talks from Keith Payne (University of North Carolina) and Mary Murphy (Indiana University Bloomington), as well as talks from Christophe Blaison (Université de Paris), Jimmy Calanchini (University of California Riverside), Drexler James (Denison University), Maria Lewicka (Nicolaus Copernicus University), Tobias Ebert (University of Mannheim), Emily Esposito (University of California Riverside), Iniobong Essien (Leuphana Universität Lüneburg), and Heidi Vuletich (Indiana University Bloomington).
Psychology of Places - 2021


Psychology of Places - 2021: Virtual symposium funded by the European Association of Social Psychology


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