25th Annual ISRI Conference: April 11, 2018

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The 25th annual meeting of the International Society for Research on Identity will be held as a pre-conference meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence. The meeting will take place at the conference hotel (Hilton Minneapolis), in Conrad B/C (second floor)  from 1:30-4:00 pm on Wednesday, April 11, 2018. For information about the SRA conference and hotel accommodations, please see the SRA website.

The program will include (1) a brief business meeting (including planning for the 2019 conference!), (2) panel discussion on methodological issues in the study of identity development, (3) small group discussions of related issues, and (4) poster presentations.

Featured Conference Event: Methodological Issues in the Study of Identity Development

In the past several years there have been numerous methodological developments in the study of identity. At the same time, there has been an increasing awareness across psychology and related fields on the need for improving our research practices, including attention to replicability of research findings and open science practices. This featured event brings together a panel of researchers with diverse methodological expertise (quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods) who will engage in a discussion of broad methodological issues. Moin Syed (University of Minnesota) will moderate the panel, and panelists include Sara K. Johnson (Tufts University), Kate C. McLean (Western Washington University), and Onnie Rogers (Northwestern University).