Prof. Cristina J. Montiel, M.A., Ph.DAteneo de Manila University
Cristina Montiel is a professor of peace/political psychology and has been teaching at the Ateneo de Manila University for more than 35 years. She chairs the Research Cluster on Peace, Social Justice and Democratic Governance in the School of Social Sciences of Ateneo de Manila University. Montiel was managing editor of the Encyclopedia of Peace Psychology (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), and editor of the volume on Peace Psychology in Asia (Springer, 2009). Her recent journal publications include Discursive construction of political categories and moral fields: God versus rights and access in a reproductive health legislative debate (Political Psychology, 2015); and Nationalism in local media during international conflict: Text-mining domestic news reports of the China-Philippines maritime dispute (Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 2014).
Prof. Dr. Faturochman, M.A.Universitas Gadjah Mada
Faturochman is Professor of Social Psychology at the Faculty of Psychology of Universitas Gadjah Mada who has conducted and published several studies with themes such as justice, relative deprivation, and trust. Lately his research interests extend to the themes of interpersonal and intergroup relationships that combine them with research themes that had been done before. He completed his doctoral studies at the Faculty of Psychology UGM with the title of dissertation The Antecedents of Procedural Justice and Distributive Justice, and their Impacts in 2002. Some works ever published include Conflict: Injustice and Identity (2004), Envy in Social Relation (2006), Model of Unity in Diversity (2008), coauthor of articles titled The Psychology of Forgiveness (2006) ,The Concept of Harmony in Javanese Society (2013), and book coeditor of Integrity, Diversity & Psychological Welfare (2014) .The two parts of his latest book entitled Social Relations (2018) focus on friendship and peace.