SPSP's Early Career Committee reports back on their recent activities, and shares an update on their plans for the coming year.
The Nominations and Elections Committee is seeking eligible, qualified candidates for SPSP’s open committee positions and your participation is needed! Self-nominations are now open and close June 3.
Undocumented students face a number of challenges that make it difficult to connect with one another. With financial assistance from an SPSP Community Catalyst Grant, a group of members were able to build support for a community whose needs are largely neglected within psychology.
Advance your professional goals with SPSP's curated collection of on-demand programming. Categorized by topic area, these offerings include professional development sessions from the annual convention, webinars, tutorials, and more.
May offers another eclectic mix of virtual meetings hosted by SPSP members representing all areas of social and personality psychology. Interested in hosting your own meet-up? Submit your idea for a June session by May 13.
Join us on Twitter (#SPSPchat) Thursday, June 10, 1-2pm EDT. Chat with E.J. Masicampo (Wake Forest University), Margo Monteith (Purdue University), and Clara Wilkins (Washington University of St. Louis).
After earning her Ph.D. in Social/Personality psychology from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and just over ten years teaching at both the University of Texas Permian Basin and Providence College, Eliane Boucher transitioned to the world of digital therapeutics. A single mom to two boys, Eliane is an avid hiker and a craft beer snob.
After their advantages are pointed out to them, the wealthy exaggerate how hard they work and how much they suffered. From the SPSP blog.
SPSP’s Government Relations Committee recently held their second “Why Social Science” contest—challenging early career and graduate student members to explain, in 100 words or less, how social psychological research can help address societal problems.
SPSP is soliciting suggestions for courses and instructors for the 2022 Summer Institute for Social and Personality Psychology to be hosted at Ohio State University in July of 2022. Faculty at least 5 years post-PhD are eligible to apply. The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2021.
SPSP's collaborative experience will now take place virtually and focus on the Dynamics Modeling program. Reduced pricing on registration is now available through May 25. The Health Disparities Forum has been postponed until Summer 2022.
SPSP's Annual Awards recognize contributions to the field of personality and social psychology. Our 2021 Awardees will be recognized at the 2022 Annual Convention. Nominate yourself or a colleague by May 27.
The SPSP Fellows Committee is now accepting applications for the 2021 class of SPSP Fellows. Division 8 of APA is also seeking candidates for its Fellows program. Nominate yourself or a colleague with a longstanding contribution to SPSP and the field of Personality and Social Psychology by June 1, 2021.
SPSP is saddened by the recent passing of Past President and Fellow, Ed Diener. Ed and his wife Carol were among the first major donors to the SPSP Foundation, and helped establish SPSP's Annual Mid-Career Awards. Learn more about Ed's legacy here.
Kathleen presented the talk in April for the University of Washington. A written version is available on the PsychologyToday blog.