AASP (The Asian Association of Social Psychology)’s mission is to provide scholars in Asia and the Pacific with a collaborative forum for the discussion, promotion, capabilities building, and publication of their research.
It promotes research on Asian traditions, philosophies, and ideas that have scientific merit and practical applications, and expands the boundary, substance, and direction of social psychology by supplementing and integrating Western psychology’s focus on intra-individual processes with a broader and more holistic view from culture and society.
The Asian Association of Social Psychology (AASP) was formed in 1995.
The AASP 2017 Conference will be held in Auckland, New Zealand 26 - 28 August 2017
The theme of the 12th biennial, 2017 AASP conference in Auckland, New Zealand, August 26-28 is “Making a Difference with Social Science: Teaching and Research that Addresses Social Issues and Cultivates Self Refinement”. Click here for details.