Disillusioned with academia? Know that there are alternative career paths for social and personality psychologists. This month, three SPSP members share their stories of change.
The SPSP Nominations and Elections Committee is preparing for the upcoming Board of Directors elections. Elections will open for online voting on April 1 and close April 22. Candidate information will be shared in late March. All active full, early career and retired SPSP members will receive their online ballot on April 1. The results of the election will be shared with members in early May.
Free-Form Fridays are back after a break with new sessions planned for Friday afternoons, including a March 5 session to discuss the recent virtual convention, and conventions in the future.
An associate professor of psychology at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. Dr. Huynh conducts research on the topics of health and humility and teaches a variety of courses including statistics, research methods, social, sports, and health psychology.
Resisting the influence of misinformation may require a mental vaccination. From the SPSP blog.
Registered convention and preconference attendees can access on-demand recordings of symposia, poster presentations, professional development sessions, and workshops through May 13, 2021.
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.