These impacts were achieved through personal conversations with scholars, the web site, and
conference presentations. Once our papers will be published and our data will be uploaded on
ESDS the potential for advancing scientific impact will increase.
The web site can be found at:
Academic conference and seminar presentations (full details and presentations on the ESRC web
Symposium talk at the 2010 conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Las
Vegas, Nevada, USA (2010, January). An audience of over 200.
Symposium talk at the British Psychological Society Social Psychology Section Conference,
Sheffield, United Kingdom (2009, September).
Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Peace Psychology Conference, Bremen, Germany (2009,
Paper presented at the 33rd Annual meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology,
San Francisco, USA. (2010, July).
Seminar talk at the Centre for Race and Ethnicity Studies, Stanford University, USA, (2010,
For additional projects supported by this grant:
(B) Seminar talk at the School of Psychology, University of Sussex, United Kingdom (2011,
(B) Paper presented at the Attitudes, Values, and Traits Interdisciplinary Workshop, Cardiff,
United Kingdom (2011, July).
(C) Poster presented at the British Psychological Society Social Psychology Section
Conference, Winchester, United Kingdom (2010, September).