Special dietary requirements
If you have any special dietary requirements (cultural or health related), please advise the Technical Secretariat in advance, at the latest until June 30:


Join the farewell dinner to celebrate the 50 anniversary of the EASP! Saturday, July 8th. A gift from the EASP to members (do not forget to sign for it when register).

If you already registered you can also sign for the dinner if you log in the personal area on the Event tab.

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If you are planning to use an ALSA bus, do not forget to use the following promotional code: AEPS17 to get up to 15% discount of the tickets. Do you need any help about how to get to Granada?, please contact us at: easp.granada.transportation@gmail.com

Important Dates

Regular registration will finish


18th General Meeting of the EASP will start

We are very happy to welcome you in Granada on behalf of the EASP and the organizing team for the 18th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology.

Granada was the last Arab kingdom in Europe, conquered by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492 and has an incredible historical-artistic heritage. For several centuries it was an example of coexistence of people of various cultures (Jewish, Muslim, and Christian).Still today Moorish and Christian features can be found in the streets of Granada.
We hope this EASP General Meeting will attract a growing number of researchers who want to present their research to colleagues. We expect this General Meeting to continue the line of growth and quality in the research presented in previous General Meetings.

The social program includes a welcome reception, the football match, a night visit to the Alhambra. The conference dinner this time is sponsored by the EASP to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The conference will take place at the Granada Conference and Exhibition Centre, located at the heart of the city center and within a short distance walking of many hotels and other facilities.

Welcome to Granada!
¡Bienvenidos a Granada!

Rosa Rodríguez-Bailón & Miguel Moya
Co-chairs of the local organizing committee