Femke Bakker appointed to ISPP Early Career Committee
Femke Bakker, PhD candidate at Leiden University‘s Institute of Political Science, has been appointed to the Early Career Committee of the International Society of Political Psychology.
She will serve as one of the two professional development coordinators, helping starting scholars to build a network within the political psychology community and assisting them in their professional development.
The International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) was founded in 1978 and has since then grown to over 800 members worldwide. The ISPP is an interdisplinary organisation bringing together psychologists, political scientists, psychiatrists, historians, economists, sociologists, and anthropologists. It organises conferences and workshops and publishes the journal Political Psychology.