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
1994: Diversity in Organizations: New Perspectives for a Changing Workplace
1993: Violence and the Law
1991: The Future of Leadership Research
1989: People's Reactions to Technology : In Factories, Offices, and Aerospace
1986: Interpersonal Processes
Other Faculty Publications
Many of our faculty post sample chapters and papers from scholarly journals on their web pages. Explore their homepages to read about the research conducted at CGU.