ISSI sponsors preconferences on the Self and Identity at the annual meetings of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) and the European Society for Social Psychology (EASP).
To be counted as a member in 2016, and to receive a discount for the 2016 Self & Identity preconference at SPSP, please enroll/renew your membership here.
Each year ISSI honors researchers who have made important empirical and theoretical contributions to the understanding of self and identity. The Distinguished Lifetime Career Award is presented to a researchers who have made major, enduring contributions to understanding self and identity over the course of their academic careers. The Outstanding Early Career Award is given to researchers who have made especially impressive contributions to the field within their first 10 years of obtaining a Ph.D.
ISSI is seeking nominations for its 2016 Distinguished Lifetime Career Award. Please send nominating materials to Richard Gramzow (email@example.com) by May 20, 2016. Click below for more information.
Additionally, ISSI is currently seeking nominations for its 2016 Outstanding Early Career Award. Nominating materials should be sent to Serena Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 20, 2016. Please see announcement posted below.
Self and Identity Journal
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ISSI is currently seeking nominations for its 2016 Distinguished Lifetime Career award and 2016 Outstanding Early Career Award. See the announcement page for more information.
The journal of Self and Identity is currently seeking submissions for a special issue. Click here for more information.
The winner of the 2015 Distinguished Lifetime Career Award is William B. Swann (University of Texas).
The winner of the 2015 Outstanding Early Career Award is Wilhelm Hofmann (University of Cologne).