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European Association of Personality Psychology

EAPP was founded in Bielefeld, Germany, on May 19, 1984. European Association of Personality Psychology promotes and develops empirical and theoretical personality psychology within Europe. EAPP also supports the interchange of personality psychology information between EAPP members and cognate associations throughout the world. The latter goal is achieved through EAPP’s cooperation with other associations and institutions within Europe and around the world. Although the official history of EAPP started in 1984, it was preceded by the organization of the first European Conference on Personality, held in Tilburg, The Netherlands, in May 1982. The idea for this conference came from three Dutch colleagues, Han Bonarius (Utrecht), Guus Van Heck (Tilburg), and Nico Smid (Groningen). During the meeting, it was agreed that a European Association of Personality Psychology (EAPP) should be founded during the second European Conference on Personality. Subsequently, To reach its goals, EAPP conducts a number of activities. EAPP produces the European Journal of Personality, published by Wiley. The journal is currently edited by Marco Perugini, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy. As he wrote in his 2009 editorial, the journal welcomes high quality submissions from neuroscience, neuropsychological, and evolutionary approaches to personality, as well as submissions with novel approaches and methods, and those that tackle novel issues for personality research in addition to the more traditional approaches to personality psycholexical studies. In terms of impact factor, the journal is among the top 10 journals in the area of social and personality psychology.

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