Nominees Sought for SPSP Leadership Positions
SPSP is looking for a diverse pool of candidates for the 2016 election cycle. Nominees bring varying perspectives and experiences to the SPSP Board of Directors...
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...
 
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Feb10
Hope for Peace May Be Encouraged by Enemies in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Jewish Israelis may feel more hopeful when they hear messages of hope from Palestinians regardless of whether they are portrayed as peace activists or former...

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Jan29
Lasting Impressions: Psychologists Discover What Influences Our Food Choices

January 29, 2016 – As New Year’s resolutions come and go, one area many people focus on is their health and weight. With Americans...

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Character and Context Blog

Feb10
Are Stereotypes Accurate? A Viewpoint from the Cognitive Science of Concepts

Lin Bian and Andrei Cimpian, University of Illinois

Lin Bian is a PhD student in developmental psychology....

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Jan30
New Directions in Intergroup Contact

Tessa Thwaites, Columbia College Class of 2016, Columbia University

In our extremely diverse world, contact between different groups – be they differences...

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Sally Farley

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