16th Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology

12 March 2013 – 14 March 2013 - 11:45pm

The Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology is a series of annual meetings organised by the University of New South Wales with the aim of providing new, integrative insights into key areas of contemporary research in this field. Each Symposium deals with an important current theme in social psychology and the invited participants are leading researchers in the field from around the world. Each contribution is extensively discussed during the Symposium, and is subsequently thoroughly revised into book chapters that are published in the volumes in this series.

The 16th Sydney Symposium of Social Psychology will be held in Sydney from 12 – 14 March, 2013 and will examine the topic “THE CONTROL WITHIN: MOTIVATION AND ITS REGULATION.”

Please visit the SSSP website for more information on past and future symposia.