IRSP : Collection for the 30 years of publications
3 articles of UnilaPS are proposed in this collection of the International Review of Social Psychology
With its first volume published in 1988, the International Review of Social Psychology (IRSP) is 30 years old this year (1988-2018). In this special occasion, they investigated the history of the journal in order to retrace its origin and evolution.
This collection allows the readers to (re)discover the history of the IRSP and some articles that have been published during the 30 years of existence of the journal.
3 articles of the Social Psychology Lab (UnilaPS) are selected for this collection (No 18, 21 & 30):
Green, E. (2005). Individualism in cross-cultural psychology: Separating self-reliance and success orientation. International Review of Social Psychology, 18(1-2), 11-34. (download here)
Dompnier, B., Darnon, C., Delmas, F., & Butera, F. (2008). Achievement goals and social judgment: The performance-approach goals paradox. International Review of Social Psychology, 21(1-2), 247-271. (download here)
Roblain, A., Malki, B., Azzi, A., & Licata, L. (2017). After Coming In, Settling In: An Analysis of Early-Stage Acculturation Preferences of Male Syrian and Iraqi Asylum Seekers in Belgium. International Review of Social Psychology, 30(1), 20–28 (DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/irsp.49).
par Marianna Schismenou