ISPP is an interdisciplinary organization representing all fields of inquiry concerned with exploring the relationships between political and psychological processes. Members include psychologists, political scientists, psychiatrists, historians, sociologists, economists, anthropologists, as well as journalists, government officials and other. The Society is also international, with members from all regions of the world: the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
My talks at ISPP conferences:
“The scope of the sociological concept of Anomie for explaining Group-focused Enmity”, (Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology on July, 14th 2016 in Warsaw, Poland.)
“Anomie, marketization and the devaluation of purportedly unprofitable groups – elaborating a theoretical approach on anomie-driven prejudices”, (held at the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology on July 5th, 2014 in Rome, Italy.)
“The explanatory power of Institutional Anomie Theory for understanding outgroup devaluations in neo-liberal (marketized) societies”, (by Groß/Hövermann held at the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology in July 2012 in Chicago, USA.)
“Dissolidarisation in times of crises“ as well as „Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation, and Diversity Beliefs as predictors of outgroup devaluation in Europe”, (held at the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, in July 2011 in Istanbul, Turkey.)