• Recollections of the 1967 Louvain Summer Institute

    In their comprehensive account of the formation and development of the European Association of (Experimental) Social Psychology[Read more]

  • Early Activities: Publications

    In his 1969 presidential report, Moscovici wrote: “The Executive Committee estimates that the diffusion of European social ps[Read more]

  • Early Activities: Summer Schools

    Reading what Moscovici and Tafjel wrote about the early summer schools (The Hague in 1965 and Leuven in 1967) leaves one with t[Read more]

  • Early Activities: Visits and Meetings

    The addresses held by the first two presidents of the Association, Serge Moscovici and Henri Tajfel, at the end of their term [Read more]

  • The Frascati Conference: The Second Step

    To carry out the intentions formulated at the end of the Sorrento Conference early in 1964 the Planning Committee and Lanzetta[Read more]

EASP: Then and now 

From Seminars to Meetings to ...

by Eddy Van Avermaet

From Specialised Seminars to Small Group and Midsize Meetings Already in the early years ‘specialized seminars,’ as they were then called, were being organized. These can be considered the pre-runners of what later became the small group and medium size meetings. The early specialized seminars were few in number, partly because of the limited …

Membership Growth

by Eddy Van Avermaet

As the graph below shows the size and the composition of the membership of the Association is radically different from what it looked like in the early years. In 1968 the Association had 62 members. Currently, (early 2017) it has 1170 members. Although part of this growth is the result of the addition of two membership categories that did not …

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