Information about the Society, Current, and Past Officers and Directors of ISSID
The International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID) was founded in 1983 to foster research on individual differences in temperament, intelligence, attitudes, and abilities. The aim of the society is to investigate the major dimensions of individual differences in the context of experimental, physiological, pharmacological, clinical, medical, genetical, statistical and social psychology. It further aims to seek the determinants, causes, and concomitants of individual differences, using concepts derived from these disciplines. To promote this purpose, the Society publishes scientific papers and organizes scientific meetings to discuss and exchange information and ideas relevant to the measurement, structure, dynamics and biological bases of individual differences. The official journal of the Society is Personality and Individual Differences.
Queen's University, Belfast, UK
Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences
Julie Aitken Schermer
University of Western Ontario, Canada
University of Salford
Board of Directors:
Chris J. Jackson
UNSW Business School, Australia
University of Nevada, Reno, USA
University of Bremen, Germany
Dimitri van der Linden
Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
University of Vienna, Austria
Sophie von Stumm
University of York, U.K.
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