Working group members:
The Political Psychology working group invites coverage of a variety of themes of research as well as applications. They include: Political communication and public opinion; political behaviour, political culture and leadership; conflict, violence and peace; authoritarian vs. democratic personality and education for democratic citizenship; psychohistory, modernity and post-modern trends.
Special attention will be paid to:
(a) topical and controversial themes such as inequality, globalization, immigration and terrorism
(b) socially desirable agendas, such as peaceful coexistence, bridging of social, religious, racial and ideological divides, cultivation of democratic values, democratization, social responsibility of citizens and psychologists;
(c) recruiting leading experts in the field, as well as participants from diverse and developing countries.