The Psychology of Peace and Violence Program stands in solidarity with the signatories of the January 2016 Peace Petition, who are now facing a fresh round of criminal indictments. Read our full statement
Dr. Linda Tropp was awarded a grant with her fellow co-PIs at the Russell Sage Foundation for a multi-university, multi-disciplinary project entitled "Immigrant-Native Relations in 21st Century America: Intergroup Contact, Trust and Civic Engagement".
Social psychologists and peace scholars have both contributed a great deal of knowledge of the factors that enhance or inhibit conflict and the likely effectiveness of practices and interventions that address such conflict. However, contributions from these scholarly communities have grown apart and lack the integration that helped to create the interdisciplinary investigations of early peace research. This Handbook brings these perspectives together to encourage a more integrative approach to the study of intergroup conflict and peace.