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The 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research

Conference Location: Park City, Utah, USA
Conference Date: May 31-June 1 2013
Deadline for Submissions: February 15, 2013

Conference Website: sitar2013conference.weebly.com

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Society for Interpersonal Theory and Research (SITAR) is seeking paper submissions for its 16th annual meeting.

About SITAR

The society is an international, multidisciplinary, scientific association comprised of researchers interested in interactions, relationships, constructs social behaviors, traits, methodology, psychopathology, and intervention. By encouraging systematic theory and empirical research, the Society seeks to identify the universe of interpersonal, articulate the dynamic processes and mechanisms underlying interpersonal behavior, and illuminate interconnections between the self and interpersonal relations.

For many members, the broad interpersonal themes of Agency and Communion serve as an organizing framework for their research into diverse topics such as communications, attachment, inner- and inter-group phenomena, personality, psychopathology, person perception, and many others.   However, its members represent the diverse branches of psychology, and all disciplines and all areas of interpersonal research are welcome.

Conference Information

For information regarding submissions, registration and conference location and hotel accommodations, please visit the conference website at sitar2013conference.weebly.com.

Please note that a limited number of travel grants for graduate students will be available.

If you would like to learn more about SITAR, please visit our website at sitarsociety.weebly.com.

We look forward to seeing you in Park City!

Sandro M. Sodano, PhD
Program Chair

Timothy W. Smith, PhD
Conference Host

Emily B. Ansell, PhD
SITAR President

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