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Archive for August 2014

Triandis Dissertation Award – Apply Now

Please submit applications for the Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award, to be given at the 2014 Congress of IACCP in Reims, France.  Click here to see information about the award, the application procedure, and a list of previous winners. Deadline: October 31, 2013 Send your application and inquiries to: Dr. David Sam, Deputy…

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IACCP 2012 Election Underway

The 2012 election of officers and regional representativers is currently underway. The deadline to vote is March 30. Information about the candidates is posted on this website at To be eligible to vote, you must have joined IACCP before February 1, 2012 and you must be a paid-up member. Invitations to vote have been…

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Triandis Award Deadline October 31

The deadline for the Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award is October 31. If you have recently completed a dissertation, please consider applying for the award.  If one of your students has completed one, please encourage him or her to apply. Additional information on this website is here: Click on the attachment link for the…

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Harry Triandis Wins APA Book Award

Harry Triandis has won the American Psychological Association Division 1 2010 William James Book Award for his book, Fooling ourselves: Self-deception in politics, religion, and terrorism (Westport, CN: Praeger Publishers, 2009). Excerpt from the Selection Committee: Triandis, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, has been a leader in the study of cross-cultural psychology. In…

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Shalom Schwartz Named Honorary Fellow

Shalom Schwartz was named an Honorary Fellow of IACCP at the 2010 Melbourne, Australia Congress.  The text of his citation follows: — Past-President Jim Georgas presents a framed copy of the Honorary Fellow citation to Shalom Schwartz” Past-President Jim Georgas presents a framed copy of the Honorary Fellow citation to Shalom Schwartz (click for larger…

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Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book Award

   INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY DIVISION (52) AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION   Announcement and Criteria   Ursula Gielen Ursula Gielen (1916-1997, Germany) was vitally interested in the well-being of indigenous, persecuted, and poor people around the world, with a special emphasis on women and children.  Her legacy and commitment to international concerns and human welfare continues through her…

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