May 08, 2019
How does Social/Personality Psychology make the world better? The SPSP Government Relations Committee (GRC) is seeking short summaries (100 words or less) of social psychological research that addresses pressing societal concerns. Examples include research on climate change, opioid use, health care access, sexual assault, etc.
May 07, 2019
SPSP is pleased to announce the appointment of Jarret Crawford to its Board of Directors. Following the membership vote to approve a new Member at Large, Crawford was appointed by SPSP President Linda Skitka to fulfill the position.
May 06, 2019
The SPSP Nominations and Elections Committee is pleased to inform you of the results of the recent elections: 2021 President: Monica Biernat Member at Large – Science Programming: Denise Sekaquaptewa Member at Large - Science Publishing: Alison Ledgerwood Initiative 1 - Ranked Voting Approved Initiative 2 – New Member at Large Position Approved We also wish to acknowledge the valuable service of those who agreed to stand for election: Paula Pietromonaco, Shira Gabriel and Tessa West.
Apr 25, 2019
SPSP is fortunate to have over 200 volunteers supporting the many activities of the organization. Some of these positions are multi-year commitments, while some are short-term projects that need support. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit the Get Involved page where you can indicate your interests and learn about various SPSP committees that drive SPSP activities.
Apr 01, 2019
The following candidates and bylaw initiatives will appear on the 2019 SPSP Ballot for election to the Board. Descriptions of Board positions and responsibilities can be found here. Their terms will begin January 1, 2020. Links to the online ballot will be e-mailed to eligible members the week of April 8. To be an eligible voter, you must be a full member with a doctorate in psychology and have paid dues through 12/31/2019. President
Mar 27, 2019
The first ever SPSP-sponsored summer workshop, which is organized by Sandra Matz (Columbia Business School), Peter J. Rentfrow (Cambridge University, and John T. Jost (New York University) will focus on “Big Data in Personality and Social Psychology.”