Keynote SpeakerGyuseog Han
Gyuseog Han is a retired professor of psychology in the Chonnam National University in Korea. His research covers broadly socio-cultural psychology of Korean people. More specifically, he rks on a frame of moral development based on Korean worldview and on indigenous construction of mind. Previous publication covers hierarchical relationship, social values, history of psychology in Korea and heoretical issues in psychology.
Keynote SpeakerGiovanni A. Travaglino
Giovanni A. Travaglino is an Assistant Professor in Social and Organizational Psychology at the Centre for the Study of Group Processes, School of Psychology, University of Kent. He has held a faculty position at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen). His main research focuses on the nexus between cultural processes and political behaviour. He is co-editor with Benjamin Abrams of Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest.
Keynote SpeakerMengyao Li
Mengyao Li is a Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn, Germany. Her research lies at the intersection of social, political, and peace psychology. In her work, she explores the psychological processes of intergroup conflicts and their resolution, group-based violence, national identity, transitional justice, and political protests.
Keynote SpeakerJacinth Tan
Jacinth Tan is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the Singapore Management University, School of Social Sciences. She studies how social status influences individuals’ cognition, affect and biology, and consequently shape intergroup interactions that underlie socioeconomic gaps in health and well-being. She received her Ph.D in social psychology from the University of Illinois and postdoctoral training at UC San Francisco.
Keynote SpeakerGrit Hein
Grit Hein is a psychologist and neuroscientist, and head of the Translational Social Neuroscience at the University of Würzburg (Germany). Her team investigates how social interactions shape human motivation, learning and behavior in health and psychopathology, combining brain imaging, computational modeling, and behavioral experiments.