Improving Theories Through Methodological Diversity

Are you attending the General Meeting of the European Association for Social Psychology (EASP) in Granada, Spain (5.-8. July 2017)?
Then why not join us at the Social Minds, Social Brains preconference on 4. July!

This one-day preconference aims to highlight how combining traditional measures of psychological investigation (such as standardized questionnaires and reaction time tasks) with neuroscientific methods of inquiry (such as functional magnetic resonance imaging or electroencephalography) can enhance the understanding of complex social phenomena.

The program will feature four sessions in which social neuroscientists and social psychologists with joint interests present their latest research and engage in moderated debates on the promises and pitfalls of methodological diversity. In addition, several blitz talk sessions will provide opportunity for attendees to present their own work.