What we already know about college students and their behavior patterns can help inform our strategies for coping in the upcoming school year.
An *NEW* The SPSP Teaching Aids Repository now has an option to make yourself available as a guest speaker for courses in social and personality psychology. Add yourself and your classroom activities to help your fellow teachers.
Seed money in the form of small grants is available to help fund members' research. The application portal for Spring 2021 grants is open through November 15.
Learn more about the recent work and upcoming projects from the SPSP committees.
Have you or a fellow SPSP member moved to a new job or affiliation between January 2020 and January 2021? Let us know!
Fellowship identifies SPSP members with longstanding contribution to SPSP and the field of Personality and Social Psychology. Congratulations to this year's inductees!
Rachel shares a little about herself and her initial priorities for the Society in her first ever Twitter chat!
SPSP's Community Catalyst Grant Program supports members from underrepresented groups in their efforts to build connections in the social psychology community.
Congratulations to our 2020 recipients!
- Connecting Undocumented Social & Personality Psychologists (CUSPP)
- SPSP Network of Multiracial Scholars (NOMS)
- ¡PODER! A Latinx Community Building Retreat (Psicologxs Orgullosxs De la Raza)
- SEASAPP (Southeast Asian Social and Personality Psychology)
An associate professor of psychology and computer science at the Brain and Creativity Institute (BCI) of University of Southern California, Morteza's research focuses on the intersection of psychology and artificial intelligence.
The annual meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists takes place October 31. SPSP members can register now for just $20. Submissions for individual talks and data bytes are being accepted through September 23, submissions for poster abstracts are being accepted through October 7.
The number of options in online dating can make people more rejecting, dissatisfied, and pessimistic about love.
From the SPSP Blog
Mark Leary will be leaving at the end of the year and we are now accepting nominations for his replacement.