News and updates from the SPSP committees.
What we know about the emotional skills and behavior patterns of college-age students can help inform our strategies for coping in the upcoming school year.
SPSP seeks nominations for the editorship of its blog, Character and Context. The blog offers researchers the opportunity to communicate directly, in a less formal environment, with colleagues, students, and the interested public.
These grants provide seed money to help fund research projects led by members at institutions that may not provide the same level of resources as larger universities or places of research.
The first year of graduate school can be challenging and nerve-wracking, even in the absence of a global pandemic. With the new academic year upon us, the SPSP Student Committee reflects on advice for first-year graduate students.
Secrets—everyone has one—but why do we keep them, and how do they affect well-being? To learn more, we spoke to Michael Slepian, an associate professor at Columbia Business School, whose research focuses on the psychology of secrets.

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