SASP 2018 — 5-7 April

Kia ora!

The SASP Conference returns to Wellington, New Zealand after 10 years!

Dear friends and colleagues,

We are very happy to welcome you in Wellington, New Zealand for the 2018 conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP).

The SASP 2018 commences on Thursday April 5 at midday and runs through Saturday April 7, ending with the conference dinner. The SASP 2018, to be held at CQ Hotel at the heart of Cuba Street, and it will be complete scientific and social events.

The SASP 2018 Organising Committee welcomes SASP members and non-members to the conference in Wellington!

About the SASP Conferences

 

The annual conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP) has a long history dating back 40 years, attracting over 150 delegates. It is the most popular avenue for the dissemination of current social psychological research within Australasia, and attracts pre-eminent national and international researchers. The conference is also characterised by a strong postgraduate student representation.

Australasian and non-Australasian researchers are invited to present their work on a wide range of topics in social psychology (ranging from intra-psychic process, interpersonal processes, intra-group process, and intergroup processes) and methodologies (experimental, quasi-experimental, survey, qualitative, and discourse).

Organisers

Organizing Committee

Taciano L Milfont — Head of the Organizing Committee
Deputy Director, Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

Matt Crawford
School of Psychology

Maree Kibblewhite
Manager, Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

Scientific Committee

Taciano L Milfont — Head of the Scientific Committee
Deputy Director, Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

Colleen Ward
Director, Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research

Matt Crawford
School of Psychology