Dialogue posed that question to SPSP's journal editors 15 years ago. How much has changed? We asked current and recent journal editors to answer that same question in 2021.
The 2021 elections are underway for the Board of Directors! All candidate information can be found here. All active full, early career and retired SPSP members will receive their e-mail ballot today, April 1 and voting closes, April 22. Click here for more information about the elections process or email email@example.com.
This month we are launching a recurring article in our newsletter called “From the Board of Directors.” In this monthly installment, you will hear from SPSP board members regarding strategic initiatives and society updates. Learn more about this initiative and details about the SPSP Annual Convention.
A noticeable lack of community-building opportunities amongst Latinx SPSP members led to the creation of this three-day virtual retreat.
The report serves as an initial step in understanding how candidates with non-academic work experience are perceived by academic hiring committees in psychological science.
There will be nine opportunities on Fridays afternoons (EST) in April to connect with colleagues, learn and share in these unique virtual meeting spaces.
Monday, April 5, 2 - 3 p.m. ET on Twitter. Visit @SPSPnews or use #SPSPchat to follow along. Featuring Jennifer Steele (@steeleje123), York University; Azim Shariff (@azimshariff), University of British Columbia; and Wil Cunningham (@WilCunningham), University of Toronto.
Steve Neuberg is Foundation Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University. He has received several teaching honors, including his university’s Outstanding Doctoral Mentor Award. He has also served in multiple roles for SPSP over the years.
Stop looking at behaviors but listen to speech. From the SPSP blog.
The SPSP Student Committee surveyed master’s, Ph.D., and soon-to-be graduates who were recently on the job market for positions outside of academia to hear about their experiences.
SPSP's committees report back on some recent initiatives and plans for 2021 and beyond.
SPSP's two-day collaborative experience is scheduled to take place this summer in Minneapolis, MN. We are also exploring options for a hybrid and virtual program as we closely monitor guidance from health officials and local conditions. We will make necessary adjustments to ensure the health, well-being, and safety of our meeting attendees.
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.