SPSP Small Research Grants Program
SPSP’s Small Research Grants program provides funding for SPSP members who work at institutions that do not provide financial support for research. You can apply for Summer 2017 funding beginning February 15, 2017.
New PSPB Editors Selected
Christian Crandall, Colin Wayne Leach, Michael D. Robinson and Tessa West have been selected as the incoming senior editorial team for our empirical journal - the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Sharing Psychology Research with the Public
When it comes to sharing their findings with a popular audience, many academics find themselves out of their comfort zone and, despite good intentions, find it difficult to navigate publication in the popular media effectively.
There's a Limited Window to Change Commuting Habits
Psychology researcher Gregory Thomas (Cardiff University) shows that if people are going to change their commuting habit, it needs to happen within the first three months of a move.

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Feb13
For Decision-Makers Who Want the Best, Focus on the Strategy

In a recent study, social psychologists show that for maximizers, whether you feel good or bad after making a decision is not only...

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Feb3
Winners Announced for Second Annual Q&pAy Small Grant Competition

The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) is pleased to announce Xuan Zhao (Brown University) is the winner of this year’s Q&pAy ....

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Character and Context Blog

Feb22
Showcasing Immigrant Excellence

A social-media campaign to counter negative stereotypes shows enormous promise—but it’s still a work in progress

On Jan. 26th, the public received...

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Feb13
How Kids Catch Our Social Biases

The nonverbal messages we send, sometimes unconciously, can play a surprisingly large role

While on the campaign trail Donald Trump was criticized...

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