Expert Meetings

Purpose of expert meetings

The European Association of Personality Psychology encourages the organization of small scientific meetings of experts in the area of personality research.

The purpose of these meetings will be to:
a) contribute to the critical assessment of knowledge and of new developments in personality psychology;
b) identify promising new directions for future research;
c) provide an advanced level forum for intensive discussion on cutting edge issues in personality psychology and related disciplines between qualified experts and selected young researchers.
d) promote the exchange of ideas and research co-operation between EAPP personality psychologists and scientists from related disciplines and scientific associations.

Structure of expert meetings

1) These expert meetings will have a duration of 2 to 3 days.
2) They will be group meetings that will involve at least 10 and at most 30 participants who will be invited to contribute their expertise.
3) At least half of the participants should be EAPP members.
4) The majority of the participants should be highly qualified scientists who have made significant contributions to the field of personality psychology. However, a smaller number of participants could be promising young researchers.
5) EAPP will financially support one meeting a year, although the Executive Committee (EC) of the association will exercise discretion on this rule.

Support and application

EAPP will financially support one meeting a year, although the Executive Committee (EC) of the association will exercise discretion on this rule. Expert meeting will be funded with a maximum of € 10000. Applications for a grant will be reviewed and a final decision will be made at the next EC meeting.

Each year, EAPP will issue a call for proposals for the expert meetings.

EAPP Expert Meetings

Challenging Youth – Personality Development in Adolescence2019Tübingen, Germany
Integrating Post-Traumatic Growth and Personality Change2019, September 16-17Nottingham, UK
Conceptualizing and assessing personality: New approaches to fundamental questions2018, September 6-8Edinburgh, UK
Life events and personality change2018, December 17-19Berlin, Germany
New approaches to measurement of personality: translational thoughts towards applied and clinical settings2016, September 22-24Hof Ter Duinen Nieuwpoort, Belgium
Integrating personality structure and processes2015, July 27-29Annweiler am Trifels, Germany
Situations and person situation interactions2013, August 23-25Berlin, Germany
Recent developments in personality structure research and important life outcomes2012, September 19-21Dubrovnik, Croatia
Reducing non-replicable findings in personality research2012, July 14-16Trieste, Italy
Personality and Culture2010, September 29 - October 1Lausanne, Switzerland
Virtues, Values and Personality2009, October 28-30Rome, Italy