Latinx Researchers Reflect
eDialogue asked a few of our members to reflect on how being Hispanic/Latinx has influenced their path as researchers.
Bringing Social Psychology to the Policymakers
Strong government policy requires the input of researchers who can effectively communicate their science to legislators.
RMarkdown: What are You Waiting For?
Copying and pasting dozens of different numbers from stat software to manuscripts often leads to sloppy errors. R Studio's program offers a solution.
Is a Nonacademic Career for You?
Drs. Lily Jampol and Paul Litvak discuss the factors that led them to pursue careers outside of academia. Free for members.
Resources for Teachers
The Teaching section of the SPSP website now features textbook recommendations, sample syllabi and teaching aids submitted by SPSP members.
Self-Compassion Studies Supported through SPSP Grant
Member Erika Koch shares how one SPSP program helped support her research around self-compassion.