|06 Jul 2015 through 08 Jul 2015|
|01 Mar 2015|
|Brighton, United Kingdom|
|Social Sciences > Psychology|
IAFOR and Its International Partners are excited to announce the call for papers for the Second European Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences. Publish before a global audience. Present in a supportive environment. Network and create new relationships. Hear the latest research. Experience the United Kingdom. Join a global academic community.
ECP2015 Conference Theme: “Power”
Power in its various forms, hard and soft, political, social, military, economic, and cultural, legitimate and illegitimate, can be defined as the ability to influence or even to control people’s thoughts, attitudes and behavior. As such it is at the core of human relations at all levels, from intra-personal to societal and the global. Appropriate or legitimate use of power can lead to remarkable achievement and success. Abuse of power however is the cause of a wide range of societal problems ranging from domestic violence to war. Social psychologists also refer to the power of the situation as a critical but often underestimated factor in human behavior. Systemic or structural relations have inherent power relations, and these are often more influential factors than personal power relations in human behavior.
Psychology and Education
Linguistics, Language & Psychology/Behavioral Science
Industrial Organization and Organization Theory
Qualitative/Quantitative Research in any other area of Psychology
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