The Society for Personality and Social Psychology publishes these periodicals:
- Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (PSPB), a monthly journal consistently ranked among the most prestigious journals in social and personality psychology, according to Social Science Citation Index
- Personality and Social Psychology Review, a top-ranked journal in social and personality psychology, published quarterly and devoted to theoretical and review articles
- Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS), a new, brief reports electronic journal jointly published by the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, the Association for Research in Personality, the European Association of Social Psychology, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, and other co-sponsoring organizations
*In addition, SPSP members have access to archived issues of Dialogue, the Society's semi-annual newsletter (discontinued in 2013).
SPSP members automatically receive subscriptions to all four publications. For more information on any of these SPSP publications, please click on the name of the publication you are interested in.
Electronic Access to Journals
SPSP members enjoy free electronic access to our three journals (PSPB, PSPR, and SPPS) by clicking through the main SPSP.org page. Once you log into the SPSP.org page, then you can access current issues as well as all material going back to the inception of each journal. Please note that if resign from SPSP, then your access to the journals ends. Payment of dues in 2009, for example, does not secure you permanent access to PSPB and PSPR issues from that year.
|Note: Regardless of whether you are a member of the Society, you're welcome to subscribe to its PSPB and PSPR feeds free of charge.|
Information on Self-Archiving One's Own Papers on Personal Websites
We are aware that many of our colleagues are not certain whether they can post versions of their publications on their own websites or in depositories sponsored by their home institutions. For information about "self-archiving" please refer to an archived Dialogue article on the topic. It turns out that there is much material you can post on your own website without violating any copyright rules, so get informed!