Message from the President

Professor Hoon-Seok Choi
Sungkyunkwan University, Korea

Dear Members of AASP

It is my honor and great pleasure to serve AASP as President for the period of 2019-2021. Established in 1995, AASP has become one of the major psychology organizations in Asia with over 1,300 members from many parts of the world, including the Far East, South East Asia, India, Oceania, North America, and Europe. Over the past 20 years, members of AASP have contributed to the development of social psychology and played a key role in solving important social issues in the region. AASP’s flagship journal, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, has continued to grow with an increasing impact both academically and practically. Through its biennial conference and diverse summer school programs, AASP has also provided a set of platforms where members enjoy intellectual stimulation and develop critical skills for their research. On looking at where we stand now as an academic organization, I see many great achievements and full of positive energy with a warm, family-like atmosphere. I truly hope that we will continue our efforts and collaborations to realize the full potential of our association and create opportunities for further growth.

I look forward to opening up a hopeful future in tandem with all members of AASP.

 

The Executive Committee

We have some changes in the Officers group and the Executive Committee. Allan Bernardo has completed his role as Past-President. Sylvia Chen Joined the group as President-Elect of the association. Emi Kashima has completed her role as President and is now the Immediate Past-President. Jim Liu has completed his role as Secretary General, and Fang Wang will serve the association as Secretary General for the next two years. Wendy Li continues to serve as Treasurer, and so does Itesh Sachdev as Chair of the Education and Training Committee. I would like to express my sincere thanks to Allan Bernardo, Emi Kashima, and Li Liu for their hard work and sacrifice for the association. Their commitment to excellence and incessant love for our organization will be remembered by all members of AASP for a long time. Also, I welcome Sylvia Chen and Fang Wang to the Officers group with a great deal of joy and excitement.

We also have changes in the Representatives of the association. Hiroaki Morio (East Asia Rep), Hamdi Muluk (South East Asia Rep.), Jungsik Kim (Korea Rep-at-Large), Della Belleza (Philippines Rep-at-Large), Ching Wan (Singapore Rep-at-Large), Watch Boonyasiriwat (Thailand Rep-at-Large), and Katya Hanke (Germany Rep-at-Large) have completed their term as Regional Representative/Representative-at-Large. I thank all of them for their valuable service for the association over the years. Replacing these individuals and filling in other positions, Keiko Ishii (East Asia Rep), Antonio Clemente (South East Rep), Jian Guan (China Rep-at-Large), Youngmi Kwon (Korea Rep-at-Large), Shige Oishi (North America Rep-at-Large), Sutarimah Ampuni (Indonesia Rep-at-Large), Ken Ito (Singapore Rep-at-large), Thipnapa Huansuriya (Thailand Rep-at-Large), and Mostafa Zarean(Middle East Rep-at-Large) joined the team. Thank you and welcome on board ! I also thank Sammyh Kahn (Europe Rep-at-Large), Emma Buchtel (Hong Kong Rep-at-Large), and Elaine Fernadez (Malaysia Rep-at-Large) for their continued service for the association.

AASP 2021

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

AASP 2021 SEOUL NEWSLETTER

April 2021 (Issue No.9)

Application for Travel Grants: Deadline Extended!

It's not too late to apply for AASP Travel Grants KS Yang Travel Award and Park Jung-heun & Jung Tae-gon Young Scholar Awards. Application deadline has been extended to May 15th, 2021!

Click here to see detailed information.

 

* Please note that because the Seoul Conference will be held online, the winners will receive an exemption of their registration fees. 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

AASP Summer School 2021 - Apply NOW!

AASP Summer School 2021 will be held virtually from July 26th to 28th, 2021. The theme of this year's Summer School program is "The social psychology of intergroup relations and pandemics", and the AASP Summer School aims to bring together a group of mentors and mentees to develop research proposals collaboratively. Application deadline for the Summer School is May 1st - only a few days left!

 

Click here for more information on the program and the application process for AASP Summer School 2021.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

Registration Ongoing!

 

Register NOW to be eligible for the Early Bird registration fees. Early Bird registration ends on June 1st, 2021. Please note that all presenters must register during the Early Bird registration period.

 

Click here to see the registration fees and policies.

                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

Greetings from Seoul

 

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE CONFERENCE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS

 

 

 

 

 
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