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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New Interview Series of the IACCP

We conduct interviews with scholars in the IACCP to hear their personal stories, how they became interested in cross-cultural psychology, and how they got involved in the IACCP. We start out with Purnima Singh, our Regional Representative for South Asia. Purnima Singh tells how her professional journey was not only determined by own goals and…

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Official posts to IACCP members

If you have any news relevant for IACCP members, you can send an official post to IACCP via the template: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdT2vy5u85dRz3WULvHj26ut7a8UFEPvij34ca5jI8XodQaqg/viewform?usp=sf_link. If your post is below 280 characters we will post the info on IACCP Twitter and IACCP Next Generation Facebook. If it is longer, it will only occur on Facebook.

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2021 Call for Applications: Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship Program

Deadline for submission: January 11, 2021. The Jacobs Foundation is pleased to announce the 2021 call for applications for its Research Fellowship Program.The Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship Program is a globally competitive fellowship program for early and mid-career researchers whose work is dedicated to improving the development, learning and living conditions of children and youth. The…

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Early Career Award winners

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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2021 Olomouc conference update

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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Scientist of Jacobs University Bremen honored as “Outstanding Psychologist outside the U.S.”

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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IACCP Statement against Racism

The International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) condemns racism and discrimination in any form and at any level in a society and in an organization. We believe that a society or an institution that is based on preferential treatment, inequality, and privilege for some people at the expense of others is unjust and harmful. As…

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