Many psychologists are transitioning data collection to online platforms. But for the uninitiated, this can be a daunting prospect.
On-demand recordings are available for recent sessions featuring SPSP members, including:
- Social Psychological Perspectives on the Racism Pandemic (open to the public)
- Teaching online (or not) in the fall: Considerations for faculty at liberal arts institutions (members only)
- Bias, Use of Force, and Policing: A Discussion of Social Psychological Considerations (open to the public)
Member Spotlight: Jason Weaver
An assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO, Jason's research examines identity and the effects of consistency motivation.
Get an insider's perspective from three SPSP members who have ventured into the ever-expanding world of podcasting.
How Masks May Influence Our Interactions
Masks can reduce transmission of COVID-19, but how do they affect our ability to communicate with each other? A psychologist offers some speculations.
Revamped SPUR Program Seeks Mentors
Researchers with active labs who are able to mentor trainees online are encouraged to apply. The application deadline for SPUR mentors is August 3, 2020.