The Korean Social and Personality Psychological Association (KSPPA) held its biannual conference on May 25th at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, Korea.
A symposium, titled “Trends and Challenges of Research on Personal and Social Identity” included three presentations that gave an overview of identity research and discussed empirical research evidence.
Two invited presentations introduced recent findings from field research where the target populations were students and firefighters, respectively.
The conference also hosted two parallel sessions composed of 11 original research presentations on group dynamics, emotion, personality, relationship, culture, criminology, gender, and stereotypes.
The first issue of Korean Social and Personality Psychological Association (KSPPA) Newsletter
The Korean Social and Personality Psychological Association (KSPPA) recently published the first issue of on-line KSPPA newsletter. The newsletter included information about the previously held biannual conferences, promotion activities for 2021 AASP Seoul conference during the Taipei conference, and other news for KSPPA members. KSPPA publishes its on-line newsletter biannually, in summer and winter.