ISPP Early Career Committee Newsletter — Issue 1, 2022

Chair’s Address

Dr. Julie Wronski (University of Mississipi, USA)

Mid-2022 Theme: Developments and Emerging Trends in Political Psychology in the Global South

Advice Column

Advances of Political Psychology in Latin America and the Prospects after the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kudos Column

Francis Simonh Bries (University of the Philippines Diliman)

Information About the 2022 ISPP Annual Meeting

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