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EASP Summer School, University of Limerick, Ireland, 6-19 August 2012‏

EASP Summer School
University of Limerick, Ireland

6th - 19th of August 2012

The Department of Psychology and the Centre for Social Issues Research at the University of Limerick, Ireland, are organizing the next EASP Summer School from the 6th to the 19th of August 2012.

Description and History of the EASP Summer Schools

The Summer Schools of the European Association of Social Psychology have a long tradition dating back to 1967, and are currently run on a two-year basis. The EASP Summer School is a key activity of the Association, providing an excellent opportunity for junior researchers to interact and develop research projects in collaboration with senior researchers and colleagues from across Europe and elsewhere. The summer school runs for 2 weeks, providing a setting for interactive small group teaching and discussions, within 5 different workshops. Over the years, the EASP Summer Schools gained the worthy reputation of being the origin of long lasting, creative and valuable networks of academics in the field of social psychology. Please visit the EASP website for more information:

The previous EASP Summer School took place on the island of Aegina, Greece, in 2010, and was organized by Professor Xenia Chryssochoou, in collaboration with the Department of Psychology of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, and the Municipality of Aegina, Greece. Click here for more information on the 2010 EASP Summer School:

The European Bulletin of Social Psychology (Volume 22, No. 2, December 2010) contains detailed reports on the outcomes of the 2010 Summer School ( ).

Location of the 2012 EASP Summer School:

The 2012 EASP Summer School will be hosted on the beautiful campus of the University of Limerick, on the banks of the River Shannon. Click here to get a glimpse of the UL campus:

Students will be offered accommodation in one of the residential villages on campus.>

We will use the university facilities for the workshops and other events of the Summer School, while planning to explore the world outside the campus for both academic and leisure purposes.