31 Oct-3 Nov 2018 Brussels (Belgium)


Networks are a new way to describe an old phenomenon: contact between individual human beings. Networks are used as both a tool to represent and investigate human interactions, and the underlying structure of large-scale datasets used to explore social psychological topics. More and more social psychologists use networks to better understand classic phenomena such as intergroup contact or conformism, but also to open up new fields of research such as the influence of network structure itself on attitude formation, or the empirical use of online social network data. To facilitate scientific work involving networks, this group meeting funded by the European Association for Social Psychology (EASP) and the Fonds National de la Recherche Scientific (F.R.S.-FNRS) will be held this autumn in Brussels, Belgium.

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