Nov 092017

Warsaw (from

The next SIG 27 Biennial Conference will be held at University of Warsaw, Institute of Applied Linguistics, Poland. The Conference will jointly organized with the 6th Polish Eye Tracking Conference. But of course all other Online Measures covered in SIG 27 are also welcome.

Conference Dates: 15th – 17th June 2018 (Friday morning to Sunday afternoon)
Submission Deadline: to be announced
Conference Website:

Conference Contact: or tel: +48 22 662 15 30,
SIG 27 – Motivation & Emotion:

Nov 082017

ICM 2018

The next International Conference on Motivation 2018 will be held at Aarhus University, Danish School of Education, Denmark. The chair will be Niels Bonderup Dohn

Summer school: 12th – 14th August 2018 (Sunday – Tuesday)
ICM: 15th – 17th August 2018 (Wednesday – Friday)
Submission Deadline: 10.12.2017
Conference Website:
SIG 8 – Motivation & Emotion:
Submission Instructions can be found here

Mai 032017

The SELF2017 theme, ‘SELF – From Positive Psychology/Education to Practice’, will explore the synergy between scientific researchers and practitioners. It will do this by nesting the Annual Institute of Positive Psychology Practitioner conference within the international self-conference. This means that conference attendees will get two conferences for the price of one. It also means that in addition to scientific papers, posters and keynotes, there will be a hands on „Practitioner Stream“ that will show you how to put scientificially-grounded intervention into practice, including workhops that illustrate the breadth of intervention spanning the workplace, schools and life.

As always, a highlight will be incredible keynote speakers (Roy Baumeister, Stuart Biddle, Ed Deci, John Hattie, Michael Hogg, Timothy Judge, Katariina Salmela-Aro, Reinhard Pekrun & Michael Wehmeyer) – meeting and learning from leading international researchers in our field.

Please find mor information on the conference here and the call for abstracts here.

Apr 062017

Wearables als tragbare Technologien erleichtern die Erfassung verschiedenster menschlicher Verhaltens-, Interaktions- und Erlebnismuster in Form von elektronischen Daten. Wearables erfassen physiologische und Geotracking Daten sowie Daten zu Aktivitäten im sozialen, sportlichen oder auch beruflichen Bereich. Das Potenzial solcher Daten für die psychologische Forschung ist enorm, jedoch sind die psychometrischen Qualitätskriterien und der Mehrwert von „Wearable Data“ noch wenig erforscht.

Expertinnen und Experten aus diesen Forschungsbereichen treffen sich auf der DaWe17: Datenerfassung und -analyse mit Wearables vom 11. bis 12. Mai 2017.
Organisiert wird die DaWe17 durch die Abteilung Arbeits- Organisations- und Medienpsychologie (AOM) an der Johannes Kepler Universität im Seminarhotel Wesenufer in der Nähe von Linz (OÖ).