Register for the 2016 Annual Convention
The 2016 Annual Convention will be held in San Diego, January 28-30, 2016. The Convention is the premier international event for more than 3500 social and personality psychologists...
Connect: A New Way to Get Involved
SPSP is excited to announce the launch of SPSP Connect, a new, specialized tool to facilitate discussions, share ideas, and create networking opportunities...
2016 SAGE Young Scholars Awards Nominations Sought
The awards recognize outstanding young researchers in personality and 
social psychology. Awardees will receive a one-time award of $5000...
2016 Annual Convention Housing is Open
To take advantage of discounted rates exclusive to attenddes secure a room in our block, and book before January 4th. Be sure to get your room sooner, rather than later, as the best rates tend to sell out quickly.
2016 Annual Convention Housing is Open
To take advantage of discounted rates exclusive to attenddes secure a room in our block, and book before January 4th. Be sure to get your room sooner, rather than later, as the best rates tend to sell out quickly.
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