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2012-10-25 17:05
Elina Halonen

Superman_and_BatmanThis week we are starting a series of interviews with people who have played an important role in shaping the history of the IACCP as an organisation as well as made significant contributions to cross-cultural psychology. 

We have a fantastic series lined up, with the first interviews coming up from Michael Harris Bond, Fons...

2012-10-31 17:24
Elina Halonen

Fons van de Vijver

Fons van de Vijver is Professor of Cross-Cultural Psychology at Tilburg University, Netherlands and has extraordinary chairs at North-West University (Potchefstroom, South Africa) and the University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia). His over 350 publications span methodological aspects...

2013-07-04 04:49
Elina Halonen

After a long break we return to the Research Heroes interview series with John Berry, who has a PhD from University of Edinburgh 1966 and is now Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Queen's University, Canada. He had visiting appointments in several different parts of the world and currently teaches short courses in cross-cultural and intercultural psychology since his early retirement in...

2013-01-05 04:59
Elina Halonen

Continuing our interview series of key figures in the history of IACCP and cross-cultural psychology is Ype H. Poortinga, who is a former president and honorary member of IACCP. He studied psychology at the Free University in Amsterdam, where he obtained his PhD (1971) on research conducted in South...

2012-10-25 17:37
Elina Halonen

Michael Harris Bond has a Ph.D in Psychology from Stanford University 1970 and is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong where he taught social psychology for the past three and a half decades. He currently teaches management at the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong. 

His key publications include Handbook of Chinese Psychology (1996) and Social Psychology Across Cultures (1993), and he has...

2011-10-01 03:10
Elina Halonen

What you see here is the result of a group of enthusiastic, young researchers coming together in Istanbul in June 2011 at the first IACCP PhD Summer School: we wanted to have a place to present new ideas in a more fast-paced and interactive way than the traditional peer-reviewed channels in academia. 


2011-08-05 12:08
Matt Easterbrook

I was raised in a traditional English village where I grew up hearing my granddad's stories about what life was like in the village when he was a boy.  As we walked around the village, he would point out sections of the vast stone village walls that...