TP Network updates

we are here in full swing preparing our meeting in Copenhagen in 2016. and we have a few important updates and upgrades in our Network and modes of communication – it’s 21 century after all 🙂
so, we’re going very social!
please join the conversation in the most preferred channel for you:
– on LinkedIn
– on Facebook
– on Twitter
and we’re also launching a newsletter to which you can sign up here.
looking forward to discussing different aspects of time with you!

#TPCPH2016 expectations

as many of you know by now – we are in the planning stage for our next TP conference to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2016.
We would greatly appreciate if you could fill out this questionnaire (if you haven’t already) – it will help us out to set the right pace for the event. Looking forward to hearing from you!
also, if you have participated in the conference in Coimbra or Warsaw – please send your communication (power point presentation / poster ) to the following email:
hello [at]
we really appreciate your input and looking forward to seeing you in Copenhagen!

#TPCPH2016 – looking for sponsors / partners

we have now quite an active group of people who are working on making Copenhagen 2016 happen.

besides the actual input from people, we really need some financial assistance in order to make it happen. thus we would like to extend our request to you – maybe you have a way to send some financial support for this event? we have Nicolas, as our one and only supporter so far – Nicolas’ lab is really dedicated to the TP network and has been supporting both the first conference in Coimbra and the second one in Warsaw. maybe your lab / department / company you’re working for can help us out as well?

the concept for the event is still taking shape, but what I can say for sure right now – it will be different, it will be exciting, it will be extremely inspiring and it will be across many different domains.

so if you want to be the partner of this event or know someone who could be our partner – please get in touch! and if we get many sponsors, then it will benefit all of us – since then we won’t need to charge a huge participation fee! 🙂 and even if you can contribute wilt only a 20 euro or a 100 euro – it all can help! please get in touch!

and we are in support of the sharing economy – so if you can contribute with your time to the event, then, of course, you won’t need to pay any fee for participation, but it will have to be a substantial contribution. get in touch to know more on how you can contribute!


looking forward to hearing from you!



TP Network conference 2016 – in Copenhagen

the conference venue for 2016 has changed – in our meeting in Warsaw we announced that it would be held in France, but there was an overlap with another event and thus France will be the host for 2018 conference.

for the moment I’m trying to land a venue here, in Copenhagen. I have some sort of positive feedback, but nothing really certain so far. however, I would like to push in different directions and still aim for Copenhagen to happen in 2016.

I would like to ask for help from the community – I would need a few volunteers who would have the time to help me out, to brainstorm, to work on different proposals and put the program of the event together.

hope to hear from you! 🙂

TP Network: Our book is out!

it seems like our book is finally out!

Time Perspective Theory; Review, Research and Application: Essays in Honor of Philip G. Zimbardo

Editors: Maciej Stolarski, Nicolas Fieulaine, Wessel van Beek

ISBN: 978-3-319-07367-5 (Print) 978-3-319-07368-2 (Online)

find it here


Our second cross-cultural article became chapter in the book.

Sircova, A., van de Vijver, F. J., Osin, E., Milfont, T. L., Fieulaine, N., Kislali-Erginbilgic, A., & Zimbardo, P. G. (2015). Time Perspective Profiles of Cultures. In Time Perspective Theory; Review, Research and Application (pp. 169-187). Springer International Publishing.

2nd International Conference on Time Perspective – Warsaw, Poland, 2014

Last minute invitation, last minute arrangements, but I made it to the 2nd TP conference, which was in Warsaw this time. I was part of the scientific committee, but also the official photographer this time. It was great to see many familiar faces, but it was also great to make new connections. And we were able to touch the book 🙂 it’s coming out soon! more photos


Call for Papers: Special Issue in Time Perspective

Dear TP colleagues,

Attached you can find a call for papers for a Special Issue in Time Perspective in the Polish journal Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis Studia Psychologica that you might find interesting.

Please resend this information to whom may be interested.

Best regards,

Victor Ortuño.



Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. Studia Psychologica

Special Issue on „ Time Perspective”

Guest Editor: Professor Philip Zimbardo


Dear Colleagues,


You are cordially invited to contribute to Special Issue of Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. Studia Psychologica VI on „Time Perspective” (ISSN 1732-1085).

The Special Issue aims to disseminate the theoretical and empirical outcomes of the 1st Time Perspective Conference in Coimbra through the publication of vigorous original papers. Other authors working in the field of Time Perspective Psychology are also invited.

Manuscript Preparation

Instructions for authors can be found at:

Manuscript Submission

Interested authors are invited to submit their manuscripts to Editorial Staff

aapcsp [at]

The review process will follow the standard procedures of Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. Studia Psychologica. Each submitted manuscript will undergo a double-blind review process involving of  two reviewers.


Submissions are due by 30th December 2012.

Publication Date

The anticipated publication date of the Special Issue is Summer of 2013.

Journal Website:

Contact Email:

aapcsp [at]


Sincerely yours,

Joanna Kossewska