The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI) is seeking nominations for its 2017 Distinguished Lifetime Career Award. This award is made annually to recognize a scientist who has made sustained and important contributions to our understanding of self and identity throughout his or her academic career.
Candidates for the award are not restricted by discipline and membership in ISSI is not a requirement. Nominations are due by May 20, 2017. Click file below for more information.
The selection committee (Bertjan Doosje, June Tangney, and David Dunning) will make its recommendation to the ISSI Executive Committee and the winner will be selected by July 1, 2017.
Nominating materials should be sent to Bertjan Doosje, Chair, ISSI Distinguished Lifetime Career Award Committee: E.J.Doosje@uva.nl
The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI) seeks nominations for its 2017 Outstanding Early Career Award. This award is made annually to recognize and encourage a distinguished junior scientist who has made outstanding theoretical and empirical contributions to the scientific study of self and identity.
Candidates should have completed their Ph.D. no earlier than January 2007. Nominations are due by May 20, 2017. Click filebelow for more information.
The selection committee (Serena Chen, Emily Balcetis, and Nathan DeWall) will make its recommendation to the ISSI Executive Committee and the winner will be selected by July 1, 2017.
Nominating materials should be sent to Serena Chen, Chair, ISSI Outstanding Early Career Award Committee: email@example.com
The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI) will offer a one-day preconference on July 4, 2017. The preconference is prior to the General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP), which takes place July 5-8, 2017 and is hosted by the Universidad de Granada.
The program includes research talks by Ana Guinote, Carmen Huici, Angel Gomez, Kimberly Kahn, Colin Leach, Constantine Sedikides, and David Sherman. In addition, the preconference will feature a "data blitz" session highlighting the work of early-career scholars and two poster sessions.
**Please note, registration for the Self and Identity EASP preconference is now officially closed. The available space filled up much earlier than expected. If you are interested in attending, please contact Laurie O'Brien (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out if space becomes available.**
For information about travel, accommodations, and registration for the General Meeting, please visit www.easpgranada2017.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
Research on self and identity over the last decade has seen an exponential increase in empirical studies on self-compassion. This special issue of Self and Identity will be focused on the relationship of self-compassion to well-being, broadly defined, with particular interest in experimental methodologies. We are encouraging submissions that address populations at different ages and developmental stages, as well as in diverse contexts. Brief reports are also welcome.
Prospective authors are asked to submit a 1 page abstract that includes information about the purpose of the study, sample, methods, and preliminary results. Abstracts should be submitted to both Guest Editors - Kristin Neff (email@example.com) and Karen Bluth (firstname.lastname@example.org) - by May 1, 2017. Full manuscripts of submissions that we invite to move forward will be due September 1, 2017. We are also asking that authors who are invited to submit full manuscripts also review two other manuscripts for this special issue.