Posted by: ISPP JSC | October 25, 2010

Princeton University Conference on Psychology and Policy Making

Princeton University is holding a conference on psychology and policy making. Junior scholars from any academic institution are invited to submit to and attend the conference (i.e., it is not limited to Princeton University students). The conference aims to provide an exciting intellectual forum for graduate students in the social sciences who are interested in the ways that psychological processes influence policymaking and whose research integrates ideas and methods from both Political Science and Psychology. The conference will feature workshop-style panels, each devoted to an innovative graduate research project on the connections between psychological theory, political behavior, and elite decision-making.

Please visit their website for their Call for Papers (December 3, 2010 deadline) and for more information on the conference.



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