In the paper, Paolo applies multi-group structural equation modeling techniques with correction for measurement error to perform a comparative analysis of the meaning of democratic support in Spain and the United Kingdom.
The selection committee received a significant number of proposed books and edited volumes whose authors, co-authors, and editors came from many different countries. Each submission was evaluated by both committee members and outside expert referees. It was agreed that among all those submitted, Benet-Martinez and Hong's book makes the most significant and fundamental contribution to psychology as a global discipline.
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In this edition, UPF will host a conference by Arie Kruglanski (University of Maryland), on "The Psychology of Radicalization and Deradicalization".
This seminar that will take place on February 12th, at 15.00h, room 40.004 of the building Roger de Llúria, at UPF Campus Ciutadella (Carrer Ramon Trias Fragas, 25-27, Barcelona): Map