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2018 Conference

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We hope to see you at the next ISRI meeting. It will be held on April 11, 2018 in conjunction with the Society for Research on Adolescence (SRA) meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States (which will be held from April 12-14).

2017 Conference Archive

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The 2017 stand-alone meeting took place from May 18 to 21 in Groningen, The Netherlands. ISRI highly values the international scope of its membership and our international commitment was underscored by this meeting, which was the society’s first held outside the United States. Attendees included 98 people from more than 20 countries! Follow this link to read more about the event.

Request for Participation in Multiracial Identity Study

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The Multicultural Psychology Research Lab of the Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Missouri-St. Louis ( is conducting a project that explores the racial identity of multiracial individuals as it relates to daily interactions with individuals of similar and different racial/ethnic backgrounds.

We are attempting to add to what we know about the experiences and views of America’s growing multiracial population.

To participate, the link is:

The Project Coordinator is:
Dasha Carver
Department of Psychological Sciences
University of Missouri-St. Louis
St. Louis, MO  63121

Faculty Contact:
Matthew J. Taylor, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Psychological Sciences
University of Missouri – St. Louis
325 Stadler Hall
One University Blvd.
St. Louis, MO  63121
Office: 314-516-5409
Fax: 314-516-5392





24th Annual ISRI Conference

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The 24th Annual ISRI conference is taking place May 18- 21, 2017 in Groningen, the Netherlands. The conference location is the historical building “Van Swinderen Huys”. The conference hotel (the New Hampshire Hotel, Groningen City Center), is located in the center of Groningen. It is walking distance from the Central Railway Station and close to the conference location. Groningen is an attractive city with a marvelous old city center. Its university was founded in 1614. Groningen is easy to reach: two hours by direct train from Amsterdam airport (Schiphol). Schiphol is one of the biggest airports in Europe, with direct flights from many cities in Europe, Japan, the US, and Canada.

The invited program includes keynote speaker Wim Meeus who will be giving a talk titled, “A Developmental Reinterpretation of Longitudinal Identity Research”. We will also have a plenary event where Marion Kloep and Leo B. Hendry will be giving a talk titled, “Toward FluIdentity: A Systematic Outlook on Identity Research.” We will also be sponsoring two professional development sessions. First, Elisabetta Crocetti will be facilitating a session titled, “Systematic Reviews with Meta-Analysis: Applications to Identity Research”. Moin Syed and Maria Wängqvist will be facilitating a session titled, “An Interactive Session on Mixed Methods Research.”

See the Conference Flyer Here

Access the Call for Paper Here

Submissions are due on November 1, 2016. Notifications of acceptance will occur by December 1, 2016.

Access conference registration information here.