Conference Keynote Speaker recordings available

The 10 keynotes of the last conference are published in a playlist on the IACCP YouTube channel. Click on the links below to watch them Igor Grossmann: https://youtu.be/ZapNYXqZa3E Patricia Greenfield: https://youtu.be/TORi_k9VPUs   Marwan Dairy: https://youtu.be/c9JeJ4-R6ks    Takeshi Hamamura: https://youtu.be/g8bMg5Po148 Janak Pandey: https://youtu.be/PFsN3ylDgb0 Christian Welzel: https://youtu.be/o8AaYEyysg0   Kongmeng Liew: https://youtu.be/LrCk_SIOC5g Colleen Ward: https://youtu.be/8rup8WR4eJg Pippa Norris: https://youtu.be/PC2ezEoDoBQ…

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ONLINE SHORT COURSE – “INTRODUCTION TO THE KJ METHOD”. 

KJ Analysis is a collective qualitative data analysis method based on the procedures developed by the Japanese anthropologist Jiro Kawakita. The course will cover the development of the method, its various uses, and its use as a research method in the social sciences. Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM (GMT+8)*, facilitated by Jay…

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John Berry honored with a major award from the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)

John Berry (Psychology) was recently honoured with a major award from the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) for his internationally recognized research in cross-cultural psychology. “The long-standing view up until the 1970s was that cross-cultural contact would always lead to homogeneity, to assimilation. Well, this obviously hasn’t happened,” says Dr. Berry, an emeritus professor in the…

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IACCP announces SPARK Grant Recipients

The IACCP’s new SPARKS Grants Committee is excited to issue their very first award announcements! CONGRATULATIONS to our five teams of winners, who were each awarded up to USD$1000 to implement their amazing projects. SPARK grants are aimed at supporting activities enhancing the visibility of the IACCP and cross-cultural psychology, and spark awareness, build local…

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Post-Doctoral Position in Cross-Cultural Development of Supernatural Beliefs

The Childhood Cognition Lab (PI: Rebekah Richert; https://www.childcoglab.org/) at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) is inviting applications for a full-time post-doctoral researcher to join the Developing Belief Network (https://www.developingbelief.com/; Project Directors: Rebekah Richert and Kathleen Corriveau). A 5-year John Templeton Foundation grant funds an international network of scholars conducting a cross-cultural study of the…

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IACCP announces SPARK grants

Inspired by discussions with IACCP regional representatives, the International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology has launched IACCP Spark Grants. IACCP seeks to provide small grants to support cross-cultural researchers at all levels. These grants are aimed at supporting activities that will enhance the visibility of the IACCP and cross-cultural psychology, and: spark awareness and interest…

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Klaus Boehnke selected for 2022 Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology

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Dr. Klaus Boehnke, Professor of Social Science Methodology at Jacobs University Bremen, Germany, has been selected by the American Psychological Association (APA) for the 2022 Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology. The award recognizes Boehnke’s “sustained and enduring contributions to international cooperation and to the advancement of knowledge in psychology,” according…

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Early Career Award 2021

Description of the Award Early career researchers’ contributions are critical for the health and growth of cross-cultural psychology. Their research inspires not only more established researchers, but also sets a standard of excellence and provides examples for aspiring researchers.  An Award for Early Career Contributions to Cross-Cultural Psychology has been established to honor researchers at…

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