01/11/2021:  Speaker Series International Society for Research on Aggression 
Leading scholars in the field of violence and aggression present their research. Pre-registration is required and is completely free. Each event begins at 13:00 Eastern Standard Time ( 19:00  German time).
10/11/2021: Amarnath Amarasingam, Queen’s University,  ISIS and the Foreign Fighter Phenomenon: What Happened? And What Now?
Tracy Vaillancourt, University of Ottawa, The Long-Term Outcomes of Childhood Bullying
Dayu Lin, New York University,  Neural Mechanisms of Aggression
09/02/ 2022:
Dominic Parrott, Georgia State University, Determinants of Violence Toward Sexual and Gender Minorities: A Critical Review and Call to Action
Rebecca Bondü, Psychologsche Hochschule Berlin, Leaking as a Starting Point of the Prevention of School Shootings and Terrorism
Beginn jeweils um 19 Uhr deutscher Zeit (13:00 EST).

22/04/2021: Expert Statement on the topic of police violence by the International Society for Research on Aggression is now available: Addressing the Inappropriate Use of Force by Police in the United States and Beyond.

25/01/21: New advice for parents on the effects of violent media with a contribution by Barbara Krahé on www.childrenandscreens.com:  Blood, Sweat, and Fears: Understanding the Psychological Effects of Graphic and Violent Media on Children and Teens

17/06/2020: Special Statement of the International Society for Research on Aggression: Police Aggression and Its Disproportionate Impact on Minority Populations.

 15/04/2019: A demo version of the Sexual Aggression and Victimization Scale (SAV-S; Krahé & Berger, 2013) is now available online.

12/11/2018: Briefing Paper Sexual Assault and Harassment of the International Society for Traumatic Stress (Authors: Team of international experts, including Barbara Krahé).

20/08/2018: Paulina Tomaszewska was awarded the "Best Senior Poster Award" for her poster presentation Preventing sexual aggression among university students in Germany: First results of an intervention study at the 44th Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research in Madrid in July 2018.

13/07/2018: Barbara Krahé began her two-year term as President of the International Society for Research on Aggression (ISRA).

11/04/2018: New project funded by the German Research Foundation:Preventing Sexual Aggression among College Students: An Online Intervention Study. Duration: 01/06/2018-31/05/2021.

10/4/2018: New article: Longitudinal Links between Executive Function, Anger, and Aggression in Middle Childhood. Summary and full text.

19/03/2018: New Expert Statement on Risk Factors for Youth Violence published on behalf of the International Society for Research on Aggression.

25/07/2016: Barbara Krahé was elected President Elect of the International Society for Research on Aggression (ISRA).

20/10/12015: Barbara Krahé was awarded the German Psychology Prize 2015 for her social psychological analyses of aggression and violence.

Report of the Media Violence Commission of the International Society for Research on Aggression (Chair: Barbara Krahé): Statement written by a group of internationally active researchers to summarize current knowledge about the link between media violence use and aggression, explain the psychological processes by which violent media may increase the risk of aggressive behavior, and offer practical advice on how parents and policy makers can deal with the issue.