The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI): An Interdisciplinary Association for Social and Behavioral Scientists
The International Society for Self and Identity (ISSI):An Interdisciplinary Association for Social and Behavioral Scientists

2021 Self and Identity Preconference at SPSP

Welcome to the Self & Identity's SPSP 2021 Preconference! A fixture of the SPSP conference for many years, the Self and Identity Preconference provides a forum for understanding the nexus between the individual and collective aspects of the self. The preconference this year has a special focus on "Resilience and Diversity," highlighting approaches to coping and research focusing on underrepresented groups. We invite researchers and practitioners, whether newcomers or established, to help us explore the latest diversity science findings as it relates to one's identity and social belonging.

 

The preconference will feature the work of eminent scholars in these areas, including addresses from Early Career and Lifetime Career Award winners and a Best Paper Award from the International Society for Self and Identity's official journal, Self and Identity. The preconference will also feature a poster session, data blitz, and virtual mentoring and networking lunch. With a diverse panel of speakers discussing timely issues of social importance, the preconference will showcase the relevance and vitality of current self and identity research.

 

This year's speakers include:

Verónica Benet-Martínez

Pompeu Fabra University

 

Nilanjana "Buju" Dasgupta

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

 

Lori Hoggard

Rutgers University

Melissa J. Williams

Emory University

 

Mesmin Destin

Northwestern University

 

2020 Early Career Award Winner

Michael Hogg

Claremont Graduate University

 

2020 Lifetime Career Award Winner

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Sarah E. Gaither, Duke University
Melissa Williams, Emory University

Call for submissions! We strongly encourage individuals with exciting findings from all areas of self and identity research to apply, especially those with work relating to Resilience and Diversity!

 

Data Blitz: This year, the Self & Identity Preconference will feature three Data Blitz Talks from scholars in the field. The Blitz Talks will be eight-minutes each (with two minutes for Q&A) and presenters will be limited to three powerpoint slides (including title slide). The first/presenting author of the Data Blitz must already hold a Ph.D., although co-authors can be at any stage of their careers. The submission period for data blitz abstracts is September 1-November 15, 2020, and submitters will be notified by early December. If your Data Blitz is accepted, you will be asked to register for the pre-conference through SPSP's website.

 

Poster Session: The Self & Identity Preconference is excited to be hosting a virtual poster session. More details soon on how this will be interactive for presenters to get feedback on their work. The submission period for poster abstracts is September 1-November 15, 2020, and submitters will be notified by early December. If your poster is accepted, you will be asked to register for the pre-conference through SPSP's website.

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2012 Self and Identity Preconference
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