Identity and Social Relationships Research Group

University of Lincoln

July 20, 2016
by Stefano Belli
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ISR speakers at University of Kent

Julie Van de Vyver will be attending the Inaugural SPSSI-UK Symposium on the Psychology of Equality, Security, and Human Rights in the UK Context which will be held at the University of Kent this week. This symposium is aimed at bringing together social psychologists and policy makers/practitioners around these topics.

Julie Van de Vyver will also be presenting her research on moral emotions and prosocial behaviour at the the Biennial Conference of the International Society for Justice Research which will also be held at the University of Kent this week.

Nathan Heflick of the ISR group will also be presenting at this conference, at a symposium titled, “Non-human sources of justice”. The title of his talk is “Do unpunished moral violations increase belief in post-mortem punishment?”

July 1, 2016
by Stefano Belli
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Talk at ANPIR National Conference 2016

Stefano Belli of the ISR group recently spoke at the 2016 ANPIR National Conference of Spanish Clinical Psychologists.

Asociación Nacional de Psicólogos Clínicos Y Residentes

Asociación Nacional de Psicólogos Clínicos Y Residentes

 

Stefano and Prof. Hans-Ulrich Wittchen of the Dresden University of Technology spoke about the recent publication of the ROAMER roadmap project and its implications for clinical psychologists. ROAMER is a multidisciplinary pan-European project looking at recent advances in mental health and wellbeing research and generating priorities for the future.

An overview of the ROAMER priorities is available here.

 

June 28, 2016
by Stefano Belli
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New website!

We’ve have a bit of an overhaul here on the ISR website.There’s plenty more to come, but for the moment please feel free to have a look round our fancy new visuals, our new publications and our updated list of members (including some new faces!)

 

And in the meantime if you’d like to get in contact about any of our research, please email:

isr [AT] lincoln [DOT] ac [DOT] uk