Dave Nussbaum—outgoing editor of Character & Context—reflects on his time leading the Society's blog and how coverage of social psychology and behavioral science has changed over the years.
A small team of SPSP members launched the Marginalia Science newsletter and website as a platform to promote and support diversity and inclusiveness.
Singapore-based Kenneth Tan is trying to incorporate a cultural lens in his research of close relationships—an area he views as "untapped and potentially burgeoning."
Big Data in Personality and Social Psychology will combine elements of a scientific conference and a hands-on workshop. Register before July 1 for Early Bird pricing!
We are seeking new volunteers for our committees and other short-term projects. Join the more than 200 members that help push the organization forward. The deadline to apply for a 2020 committee is May 15.
Our next online learning opportunity "Turning Your CV Into a Resume" will take place Tuesday, May 21 at 6pm. A benefit of membership, this webinar is free for all current SPSP members. Register today!
Our annual awards recognize contributions to the field of personality and social psychology. Awardees are recognized at the Annual Convention. Nominations close June 1, 2019.
SPSP Members who have earned their PhD more than 10 years ago and have made an extraordinary and distinctive contribution to Social Psychology are encouraged to apply. Self-nominations are welcome. Deadline to apply is June 1.
Have an idea for a small conference, but in need of funding? Consider applying for a Small Conference Grant. The submission portal is open through July 1.
Have an idea that will help build community among SPSP’s members from underrepresented groups? The next cycle of grants opens May 1.
Brenda Major Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 2019 Class
Brett Pelham Publishes Evolutionary Psychology: Genes, Environments, and Time
Michael LaFerney Nominated for Nursing Award
This month we chatted with journal editors Lisa A. Williams (The University of New South Wales, Sydney), Jessica L. Tracy (The University of British Columbia), and Brent W. Roberts (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign).
Mark your calendar for our next chat on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, 1:00-2:00pm EDT. We'll discuss transitioning to an assistant professor role with Kate Rogers (University of Tennessee Chattanooga), Andrew Abeyta (Rutgers) and Teri Kirby (University of Exeter).