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On behalf of IARR, the Local Arrangements Committee (Stanley Gaines, Madoka Kumashiro, and Angela Rowe, Co-Chairs) invites you to attend the International Association for Relationship Research 2020 Conference, which will be held at Imperial College London (South Kensington Campus, Exhibition Road), London, UK from 30th July through 3rd August 2020.
Details regarding the conference are available via the conference website. Keynote speakers will include Julianne Holt-Lunstad, Gurit Birnbaum, and the duo of Susan Sprecher and Arthur Aron.
The Programme Committee (Francesca Righetti, Chair; Justin Lavner, Andrea Meltzer, and Monique Pollmann, Members) will accept abstracts through the online submission portal from 15th October 2019 through 1st December 2019.
We will have a dance party on Thursday 30 July 2020; various symposia, individual papers (including data blitz talks), and posters throughout the conference; an Awards Dinner on Sunday 2nd August; and a free day for individuals or groups to explore London and surrounding areas on their own (with suggestions from London & Partners, the London convention bureau). The buzz is building – see you there!
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