HONORLOGIC PI has been appointed as President for the psychology section of the British Science Association

HONORLOGIC 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 7-10 September, hosted by the University of Exeter. We are proud that Ayse will be presenting in our field at BSA! https://www.britishscienceassociation.org/News/17-of-the-uks-best-scientific-minds-announced-as-scientific-section-presidents


The 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 open to all, the webinars will be delivered by researchers who are experts in their fields. Sessions will cover a diverse range of honour-related topics […]

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 is an opportunity to review the great progress that was made on the HONORLOGIC project in 2020. Reviewing this unprecedented year and its significant impact […]

HONORLOGIC Postdoctoral Research Associate to receive the IACCP Triandis doctoral thesis award

Dr 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 and reward good research and to advance the early careers of dedicated researchers’ and is part of the IACCP’s commitment ‘to encourage high quality intercultural […]


Prof. Ayşe K. Üskül participates in APS Open Access discussion. Discussing her perceptions of open access and how the OA system might change the future world of research, Prof. Üskül said: ‘I […] personally cannot really think of anything negative that can comes with open access […]. Specifically, for psychology, I think open access will […]