THE CULTURAL LOGIC OF HONOUR AND SOCIAL INTERACTION: A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON
The HONORLOGIC project examines the role of honour in social interactional processes in cultural groups surrounding the Mediterranean and beyond.
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HONORLOGIC PI RECEIVES EASP MID-CAREER AWARDCongratulations to HONORLOGIC PI Prof. Ayşe K. Üskül who has been awarded the 2023 Mid-Career Award from the European Association of Social Psychology for her outstanding contributions to social psychology. […]
HONORLOGIC PRESENTS AT EASP CONFERENCE IN KRAKOW, POLANDHONORLOGIC Team was busy presenting project findings at the latest European Association of Social Psychology General Meeting. Ayşe K. Üskül organized a symposium titled “‘Novel Directions in Honor Research?” as […]
HONORLOGIC PROJECT TEAM MEETS IN KRAKOW, POLANDFourteen members of the HONORLOGIC team attended a project meeting in Krakow on June 29th, 2023. This was a momentous occasion as it was the first in-person meeting post-pandemic. We […]
HONORLOGIC PI has been appointed as President for the psychology section of the British Science AssociationHONORLOGIC PI Prof. Ayşe K. Üskül will be marking the start of the presidency by presenting on her work in cultural psychology at the British Science Festival 2023, taking place […]
HONORLOGIC POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER INVITED TO GIVE TALKSUniversity of Sussex Research Fellow Shuxian Jin was invited to give a couple of talks in China throughout January 2023. She was invited to give a lecture on “Advanced meta-analytic […]
HONORLOGIC PI has been appointed as one of the new Editor-in-Chiefs for the European Review of Social PsychologyThe HONORLOGIC project is very excited to announce that the PI of the project, Prof. Ayşe K. Üskül, has been appointed as one of the new Editor-in-Chiefs for the European […]
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In HONORLOGIC, we will examine for the first time three social behaviors (coordinating, compromising, apologizing), that are fundamental to the tension between self-interest and collective welfare, across a range of cultural groups in relation to individual- and cultural-level honor endorsement.