Division 11: Political Psychology

Welcome to Division 11: Political Psychology

Political Psychology examines human behaviour in a wide spectrum of settings, mainly national and international, in which psychology and political matters converge. Topics, for example, range at one level from voting behaviour and political extremism through to nuclear threat and terrorism, and at another from their associated motives and attitudes (such as changing attitudes, especially among adolescents, to war and peace) through to conflict resolution and negotiation.

President: Ronald Fischer

Past President: Wilson Lopez Lopez