Kirchner-Hausler

It is our pleasure to announce the winner for Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award for 2020. The winner was selected out of 19 applications which were reviewed by eight adjudicators.  The winner is Alexander Kirchner-Hausler from University of Leuven, Belgium (Ph.D. completed May 29th, 2019) Dissertation Title: “The Relationality of Feelings: A cultural comparison of affective…

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THE EARLY CAREER AWARD COMMITTEE’S SUMMARY Dr. Fetvadjiev (who published early in his career as Dr. Valchev) has been a major contributor to the development of the South African Personality Inventory, in the course of which has engaged in both indigenous research with the Nguni, and in surveys of personality across 11 cultural groups in…

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Dear IACCP Members, Friends and Colleagues, Earlier this month the IACCP Executive Council voted to hold our 2021 Olomouc conference on-line. We know that this will be a disappointment to many as we all enjoy and value our face to face encounters, both personally and professionally. However, in these very uncertain times and in light…

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Klaus Boehnke, Professor of Social Science Methodology at Jacobs University, has been honored as an “Outstanding Psychologist outside the U.S.” for his services in the field of comparative cultural studies and political psychology. The former Vice Dean of the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS) was presented with the award by the International…

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Dear colleagues, friends and individuals from African countries! We urgently seek responses from individuals and groups living in African countries or being of African origin with regard to Covid-19 and Emotions.This study seeks to understand people’s emotional experiences during the pandemic, to look at the role of prosocial behavior in helping people cope better during the pandemic,…

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We are sad to communicate that Isabel Reyes Lagunes, has passed away in Mexico City, Mexico, March 4, 2020. Isa, as she was known to her friends, gave her life to train generations of psychologists in Mexico. Her academic work and legacy are an essential portion of the history of Mexican Psychology. Creative, committed, teacher,…

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On February, 12, 2020, Geert Hofstede, long time member and Honorary Fellow of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) passed away. We honor him in a personal memoir of our former president and Honorary Fellow Michael Harris Bond.             Geert Hofstede – a personal memoir by an appreciative colleague As Geert wrote in an…

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The time has come again to call for your participation in the elections of IACCP.  Please review our candidates for various positions, and cast your vote by clicking the link Voting commences immediately and closes on March 31, 2020. You must be a member in good standing as of February 1, 2020 in order to…

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The Witkin-Okonji Award honours the memory of Herman Witkin and Michael Ogbulu Okonji, early pioneers in the field of collaborative cross-cultural research. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial awards to IACCP members to facilitate their attendance at international congresses, with particular concern for members from countries or areas of the world that…

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The Culture & Psychology (C&P) School, sponsored by the International Association for Cross- Cultural Psychology (IACCP), is open to students at Doctoral and Masters levels who are interested in culture and psychology. Workshops are geared toward students of varying levels, from early graduate studies to advanced or senior graduate students. The C&P School provides a…

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