Division for Applied Social Psychology Research (DASPR) is a group of scholar-activists driven to help to tackle social problems, especially for intergroup conflicts, humanitarian issues, and violent extremism. Social psychology perspectives and method are used as a tool: to understand how people think, influence and relate to one another in a societal context and everyday discourses; and to modify, guide, as well as intervene people’ minds and behaviors, especially into more humanize.

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