International Society of Political Psychology

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The International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) is an interdisciplinary not-for-profit organisation, representing all fields of enquiry involved with the exploration of relationships between both psychological and political processes and phenomena. ISPP has the following stated aims:

  • To establish a community which has an interest in examining the relationship between political and psychological phenomena;
  • To facilitate communication across boundaries;
  • To increase the significance of political psychology;
  • To provide support amongst members in order to generate and disseminate their findings and ideas.[citation needed]

The Society was formed in January 1978, by Jeanne N. Knutsonis and is based at the Center for Public Policy in the L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University

The Society publishes its own journal, Political Psychology journal.[1][dead link]

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