[PolPsy-DEU] Symposium on the Psychology of Places, 4–5 November 2021

Rohmann-Serpé, Anette anette.rohmann at fernuni-hagen.de
Mo Sep 27 20:09:26 CEST 2021

We are pleased to invite you to a symposium on the Psychology of Places, brought to you by the European Association of Social Psychology. The event will take place virtually on 4–5 November 2021.

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 will feature 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).

In order to make the event feasible for scientists across a wide variety of time zones, the event is scheduled on both days from 16:00–20:00 Central European Time / 8:00am–12:00pm Pacific Daylight Time. In addition to talks, the symposium will feature break sessions to facilitate collaboration and networking.
The symposium will be held via Qiqo and participation is free of charge. However, attendance will be limited to 150 attendees, and registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, and to register, please visit the meeting website:

We are looking forward to seeing you at the symposium!

Warm regards,
Jimmy Calanchini, Iniobong Essien, & Anette Rohmann

Prof. Dr. Anette Rohmann
FernUniversität in Hagen
Fakultät für Psychologie
LG Community Psychology
Universitätsstr. 33
D-58097 Hagen
Tel.: ++49-(0)2331-987-2212
E-Mail: Anette.Rohmann at fernuni-hagen.de<mailto:Anette.Rohmann at fernuni-hagen.de>

Mehr Informationen über die Mailingliste PolPsy-DEU