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 has moved to the University of Sussex!The HONORLOGIC project has moved base from the University of Kent to the University of Sussex. The team would like to thank those at the University of Kent who worked […]
HONORLOGIC PI to participate in twitter Q&A on cross-cultural researchProf. Ayşe K. Üskül will take part in a Twitter event organized by the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, discussing all things related to cross-cultural research. Prof. Ayşe K. […]
NEW HONORLOGIC WEBINAR SERIES FOR 2021-22The HONORLOGIC team is pleased to launch a new webinar series which brings together researchers interested in the role of honour in social interactional processes. Delivered via Microsoft Teams and […]
First HONORLOGIC team meeting celebrates progress to dateThe HONORLOGIC project is pleased to report that our first virtual team meeting took place on 18 January 2021 and was attended by 17 team members in 12 countries. The […]
Happy New Year from the HONORLOGIC team!The HONORLOGIC team send greetings for 2021 and look forward to continued fruitful collaboration this coming year. Whilst COVID-19 continues to challenge us on a daily basis, the New Year […]
HONORLOGIC Postdoctoral Research Associate to receive the IACCP Triandis doctoral thesis awardDr Alexander Kirchner-Häusler is the 2020 recipient of the Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award. The award by the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) ‘is intended to honour […]
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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.