13th ADRIPS meeting : Lisbon, 2020 becomes the ADRIPS online meeting

Dear colleagues ,

Many of you have submitted a communication proposal to the next ADRIPS congress. This event, organized by colleagues from Lisbon, promised to match previous congresses. Unfortunately, the extent of the Covid-19 pandemic does not allow us to organize this event as planned. The Organizing Committee as well as the members of the ADRIPS Bureau are very sorry to announce this bad news to you.

Nevertheless, we have decided to make this congress live differently: your submissions will all be reviewed, and we warmly thank the Editorial Committee and the experts for the work they agree to provide in this particular context.

We propose to each author to enhance their communication in the form of “poster/video conference displayed at the 13th International Congress of Social Psychology”, Lisbon, 2020.

To do this, each of you will have the opportunity to send us a longer summary, a poster, a video presentation, etc., until July 16, 2020. When we return the expertise, which will be slightly deferred, we will attach a document for you to fill in on your wish to enhance your communication with the precise instructions for each new format offered.

From September 1, 2020,

we will broadcast each of the presentations daily, in the form of an event which will be called:

“Lisbon 2020: 3 minutes of daily social psychology”

We also wish to state that we logically abandon any registration fees for this conference. This decision has consequences for the financial balance of ADRIPS and we encourage you to contribute to this particular situation, by massively adhering to ADRIPS, in particular if your communication is disseminated to the community.

Take good care of yourself and the people around you!

The Organizing Committee: Diniz Lopes
The ADRIPS Bureau: Odile Rohmer, Astrid Mignon, Mickaël Jury, Isabelle Milhabet, Jean-Louis Tavani, Marie-Pierre Fayant

13th ADRIPS meeting : Lisbon (15-17 July)

The 13th ADRIPS meeting will be held in Lisbon from the 15th to the 17th of July 2020. Because this edition will be held in Portugal, scholars will have the opportunity to communicate either in French or in English.

Lisbon
“Getting the feel of a city involves a mixture of observation and experience that only come when we allow ourselves to be drawn into its daily life and discover its smells, sounds, voices, lanes and hidden corners…
In Lisboa, the RIver Tagus is never far away as we explore the history-laden streets of a city that constantly confronts us with its past, as the decorative cobble pavements lead us up from the Praça do Comércio through the 18th century Lower Town to St. George’s Castle.
From the Castle, we can enjoy unparalleled views of the south bank, Rossio, the Carmo Convent, the Bairro Alto, the Avenida da Liberdade and Parque Eduardo VII, Nossa Senhora do Monte and the Mount of Graça. It could be for all the world a picture postcard of Lisboa under a perpetually blue sky, reflecting the varied colours of the roofs, streets, old houses, window frames and green spaces, offset by the glittering stream of the Tagus!”

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Scientific exchanges of the 13th ADRIPS meeting
For this edition, the ADRIPS meeting offer the possibility to communicate via oral presentations or posters and a 3 min talk. As already mentionned, scholars could choose to communicate either in French or in English. 
Plenary sessions, round tables and debates on scientific actuality will be proposed in this edition. 

Best poster award
Jury composed of junior and senior researchers will select the best poster. Results will be announced during the ADRIPS general assembly.
 
Call and submission
The submission website is open, you can submit your  work on the conference website.
– deadline : 15th of January 2020
– format : 400 words abstract with references (non included in the 400 words), 4 key-words
In this edition, you can submit as usual individual talks, symposia, and posters. This year, you can also submit round tables. Moreover, to shed light on Posters, the speaker will have 3 min to orally present their Poster in a plenary session before going in front of their Poster for extended scientific exchanges.

In order to guarantee a data-based conference, every presentation should contain some empirical data. Two options are possible:

• The data collection is completed at the time of submission
• The data collection is not completed by the time of submission. In that case, you have to submit a pre-registered report including a potential Interim analysis (Lakens, 2014) in order to present preliminary results in case the data collection is not finished by the time of the conference.

Just out: Heartwarming: How Our Inner Thermostat Made Us Human by Hans Rocha IJzerman; W. W. Norton & Company

Heartwarming: How Our Inner Thermostat Made Us Human

26.11.2020, by Tina Keil in publication

by Hans Rocha IJzerman; W. W. Norton & Company, 304 pages, ISBN: 978-1-324-00252-9


Member Publication: Heartwarming

As the year is coming to an end, you may be deciding on new books you’d like to read. I am pleased to announce the February 2021 release of my book “Heartwarming: How Our Inner Thermostat Made Us Human.”

The book discusses research on social thermoregulation across disciplines, including (social, developmental, and clinical) psychology, behavioral ecology, and linguistics. I discuss, for example, a sample of 84 languages around the world and point to which languages mix warmth and affection and how much energy 25 different animals save from huddling. There’s also a bit of history on the cognitive revolution and the start of embodiment research. It was tough balancing existing research on social thermoregulation and the insights from the credibility revolution, but I hope to have succeeded at least a little bit.

You can read more about the book here: https://wwnorton.com/books/heartwarming and read its first review: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/hans-rocha-ijzerman/heartwarming/.

Finally, you can check the recommendation by some experts:

Thermal regulation is one of the most obvious aspects of life governance. Why would we have invented central heating and air conditioning if it were not? Still, it always takes a back seat to eating and drinking. Hans Rocha IJzerman’s informative book will change your mind.
~ Antonio Damasio, author of The Strange Order of Things

Hans Rocha IJzerman sticks a thermometer into every human and animal behavior to show us how much depends on outside and inside temperature. It is a surprising take that illuminates far more than you might think.
~ Frans de Waal, New York Times best-selling author of Mama’s Last Hug

Note that this is not a textbook, but would work well as supplemental reading in a college-level introduction to psychology or close relationships course.

Association pour la Diffusion de la Recherche Internationale en Psychologie Sociale