Several SAFE-SORRY members attended the general meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology in Krakow, Poland. On Saturday, two team members gave a blitz presentation: Elliana Lamprianidou presented the results of her person-centered study on gendered representations of parenthood, whereas Julie Terache discussed the ways in which the relation between parents’ threat perceptions and overprotective parenting may be potentially gendered as well. On Sunday, Bénédicte Mouton gave a blitz presentation as well, focusing on how parents’ eco-anxiety may potentially affect their parenting. Finally, on Tuesday, Stijn Van Petegem presented a study that looks into the ways in which parents’ economic insecurities may affect their parenting as well, particularly looking at their school involvement.