Group Processes and Intergroup Relations
As nations attempt to make sense of the causes and consequences of mass shootings, war, restricted rights, poverty, rising populism and nationalism, and systemic biases, the importance of diverse scholarship on both large-scale movements and small teams is clear.
The Group Processes and Intergroup Relations preconference takes a diverse approach to understanding both the destructive and the rejuvenating power of human groups. Broadly, this program highlights diverse scholarship which focuses on societal and organizational issues, including collective violence and extremism, strategies for disrupting and reinventing oppressive systems, stimulating creative work teams, and promoting groups for mental health and well-being.
Amber Gaffney, email@example.com, California Polytechnic University Humboldt
Michael Hogg, firstname.lastname@example.org, Claremont Graduate University
Christine Smith, email@example.com, Grand Valley State University
Teri Kirby, firstname.lastname@example.org, Purdue University
SUBMISSIONS OPEN SEPTEMBER 1