July 20-24, 2016
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On behalf of the International Association for Relationship Research (IARR) I am excited to invite you to IARR 2016 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
IARR and its predecessors have a tradition of hosting warm, welcoming, and engaging conferences that invite the exchange of fascinating ideas in an atmosphere of openness and supportiveness.
Having attended these conferences since graduate school, I can attest that this conference is a place where those new to the field can mingle comfortably with founding thinkers in the area.
It is a conference that will stimulate researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to better understand all aspects of relationship functioning.
The cross-disciplinary character of the conference should fit naturally in the diverse backdrop that is Toronto. Often described as the most diverse city in the world, Toronto also features the most green space of any North American city, and was rated the world’s most livable city by The Economist in 2015. The Sheraton Centre will play host to the conference. Its location on Queen Street West in the heart of downtown will allow easy access to Toronto’s multitude of world-class attractions.
We’re excited to bring the world of relationship research together with this beautiful and vibrant city.
It’s an opportunity not to be missed. Details regarding keynote speakers, call for papers and travel information will appear on the conference website.
Until then, save the date, and we look forward to welcoming you in 2016.
-Geoff MacDonald, on behalf of the organizing committee including Emily Impett and SiSi Tran
University of Toronto Office of Research and Infrastructure
University of Toronto Department of Psychology Graduate Committee
University of Toronto Scarborough Campus Department of Psychology
University of Toronto Mississauga Campus Department of Psychology
University of Toronto St. George Campus Department of Pyschology
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