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The SPSP Government Relations Committee (GRC) is seeking short summaries (100 words or less) of social psychological research that addresses  pressing societal concerns. Examples include research on climate change, opioid use, health care access, sexual assault, etc.

SPSP is pleased to announce the appointment of Jarret Crawford to its Board of Directors. Following the membership vote to approve a new Member at Large, Crawford was appointed by SPSP President Linda Skitka to fulfill the position. 

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Luxury brands are highly sought-after status symbols, but they may be making you less likeable and employable.

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