Program & Dates

The conference will cover a wide variety of topics, including:
• personality, measurement, methods and statistics
• personality, health and well-being
• personality and neuroscience
• personality and work and organizational psychology
• personality and psychopathology
• personality, motivation and emotion
• personality and education
• personality and social psychology
• cross-cultural aspects of personality
• and many others

Invited speakers

Denis Bratko, University of Zagreb, Croatia: ‘Heritability of personality and correlated constructs
Jennifer Tackett, Northwestern University, USA: ‘Thoughts on Replicability in Child Personality Research
Cornelia Wrzus, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany: ‘Does age matter for personality psychologists?
Angelique Cramer, Tilburg University, Netherlands: ‘A network perspective on (ab)normal personality: Theory, methods and challenges
Wendy Johnson, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland: Just What are these Things We Call ‘Traits’ Anyway?’
Michal Kosinski, Stanford Graduate School of Business, USA: ‘Predicting Personality From Faces using Deep Neural Networks
Randy Larsen, Washington University in St. Louis, USA: Personality and Emotion’

Invited Symposia (partial list)

Teacher / student personality, Ulrich Trautwein, Germany
Teachers’ emotions and emotion regulation strategies, Irena Burić, Croatia
Psychopathology, Bertus Jeronimus, Netherlands
• Matthias Ziegler, Institut für Psychologie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany, Measuring personality: What’s new and how does it help personality psychology?,
Organizational behavior, Zvonimir Galić, Croatia
Well-being, Maike Luhmann, Germany
Personality Structure, Boris Mlačić, Croatia
Politics, Mark Brandt, Netherlands
Economic decision making, Susann Fiedler, Germany

Preconference workshops

Multilevel modeling in Mplus, Chris Stride, UK
Mining Big Data to Extract Patterns and Predict Real-Life Outcomes, Michal Kosinski, USA