Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology

The Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology began in 1986 under the leadership of Dr. Stuart Oskamp.  Over the years, the series has examined a broad range of topics crucial to our understanding of human relationships and the building of a healthy, diverse society.

Symposium History and Publications

Below is the entire symposium history, and a sampling of recent volumes produced from the series.

2014: Diversity Science: Emerging Perspectives for the 21st Century

2013: Bridging Ideological Divides

2012: Warring with Words: Narrative and Metaphor in Domestic and International Politics

2011: Psychological Contributions to Sustainability and Environmental Action

2010: When Near is Far and Far is Near: Exploring ‘Distance’ in Leader-Follower Relationships

2009: Enhancing Teaching and Learning - Lessons From Social Psychology

2008: Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty

Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty
by Michael Hogg & Danielle Blaylock

 

2007: Health Behavior Interventions

Understanding Organ Donation: Applied Behavioral Science Perspectives
by Jason T. Siegel & Eusebio M. Alvaro

 

 

2006: Work and Families - Changing Realities

Changing Realities of Work and Family
by Amy Marcus-Newhall, Diane F. Halpern, & Sherylle J. Tan

 

2005: Expert Psychological Testimony for the Courts

Expert Psychological Testimony for the Courts
by Mark Costanzo, Daniel Krauss, & Kathy Pezdek

 

2004: Stigma and Group Inequality

Stigma and Group Inequality: Social Psychological Perspectives
by Shana Levin and Colette van Laar

 

2003: Applications of Nonverbal Communication

Applications of Nonverbal Communication
by Ronald  E. Riggio and Robert S. Feldman

 

 

2002: Processes of Community Change and Social Action

Processes of Community Change and Social Action
by Allen M. Omoto

 

 

 

2001: Evaluating Social Programs and Problems: Visions for the New Millennium

Evaluating Social Programs and Problems: Visions for the New Millennium
by Stewart I. Donaldson and Michael Scriven

 

 

2000: Mass Media and Drug Prevention: Classic and Contemporary Theories and Research
Mass Media and Drug Prevention: Classic and Contemporary Theories and Research
by William D. Crano and Michael Burgoon

 

  

1999: Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination

Reducing Prejudice and Discrimination
by Stuart Oskamp

 

 

1998: Violence in Intimate Relationships
Violence in Intimate Relationships
by Ximena B. Arriaga & Stuart Oskamp

 

 

1997: Addressing Community Problems: Psychological Research and Interventions

Addressing Community Problems: Psychological Research and Interventions
by Ximena B. Arriaga & Stuart Oskamp

 

1996: Cross-Cultural Work Groups
Cross-Cultural Work Groups
by Cherlyn Skromme Granrose & Stuart Oskamp

 

1995: Understanding and Preventing HIV Risk Behavior: Safer Sex and Drug Use
Understanding and Preventing HIV Risk Behavior: Safer Sex and Drug Use
by Stuart Oskamp & Suzanne C. Thompson

 

1994: Diversity in Organizations: New Perspectives for a Changing Workplace

1993: Violence and the Law

 

1992: Gender Issues in Contemporary Society
Gender Issues in Contemporary Society
by Stuart Oskamp & Mark Costanzo

 

1991: The Future of Leadership Research

 

1990: Helping and Being Helped: Naturalistic Studies

Helping and Being Helped: Naturalistic Studies
by Shirlynn Spacapan & Stuart Oskamp

 

1989: People's Reactions to Technology : In Factories, Offices, and Aerospace

 

1988: The Social Psychology of Aging

 

The Social Psychology of Health
by Shirlynn Spacapan & Stuart Oskamp

 

1986: Interpersonal Processes

Other Faculty Publications

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