Students and early career researchers often feel they are the only ones who struggle in their academic pursuits. But narratives penned by esteemed psychologists reveal there are many shared feelings of unearned privilege, impostor syndrome, rejection, and failure.
Congratulations to the winners of SPSP's annual Awards of Excellence. The complete list of all 2020 recipients is now available.
The Nominations and Elections Committee is seeking eligible, qualified candidates for SPSP’s leadership positions and your participation is needed! Online nominations and self-nominations are now open and close January 14. Read the 2021 Nominations Guide for information regarding open positions, responsibilities and eligibility criteria.
An associate professor in the Department of Psychology at UCLA, Janet's research focuses on issues of health behaviors and health disparities, including stress and comfort eating, weight stigma, and dieting.
A new opportunity for making member connections, these Zoom meeting rooms are hosted every Friday. Check the schedule for upcoming sessions.
Adolescents and older folks are more manipulative than people in young adulthood and middle age. A recent post from Character & Context makes the case that many personalities are not "set like plaster."
February will be here before you know it. Learn more about the format of our first virtual convention, find guidelines and tips for preparing your presentation, and explore ways to assist students who wish to participate.
APA is currently seeking proposals for the August 2021 annual meeting. An in-person meeting will tentatively take place, however divisions are planning for 100% pre-recorded virtual programming. Deadline to submit is January 12, 2021. Learn more at the APA 2021 website or download the full Call for Proposals document.