Jan 21, 2015
Mark Leary, SPSP President The past few years have been particularly challenging ones for SPSP and for personality and social psychology more generally. The field weathered some highly troubling cases of scientific misconduct, which damaged our public image and prompted intense self-scrutiny. At the same time, SPSP experienced an embezzlement scandal, which consumed a great deal of time and resources and catalyzed a major reorganization of how the society is managed. Concerns about the reproducibility of our results led to calls for sweeping changes in how we conduct our research, analyze our data, and report our findings.
Dec 04, 2014
The Foundation for Personality and Social Psychology (FPSP), in collaboration with SAGE Publications, has announced the SAGE Young Scholars Awards 2015 recipients. The awardees receive a one-time award of $5,000 to be used at their discretion for research, study, or conference travel-related purposes.
Nov 20, 2014
The enormous APA convention is not often the first conference that personality and social psychologists think about when they strategize about where to present their research. There is a perception that only practicing clinicians attend APA. While it’s true that the crowd is heavily clinical, there is also lots of great personality and social psychology that takes place as well. At the 2014 convention, our division put on talks by Jamie Pennebaker, Wendy Wood, Phillip Zimbardo, Rebecca Shiner, Brian Nosek, Keith Humphreys, and many others. There were symposia on implicit attitudes, emotion regulation, climate change, and personality development.
Oct 23, 2014
SPSP Program Committee Announces the 2015 Annual Convention Program Chairs: Simine Vazire and C. Nathan DeWall Get ready for Long Beach! The program of the 2015 SPSP Annual Convention is now online. You can find information about all of the exciting symposia, special sessions, and posters at http://www.spspmeeting.org This year’s program includes the wide range of research topics that you’ve come to expect from SPSP conventions, including everything from morality and relationships to life transitions and social identity.
Oct 23, 2014
Congratulations to the SPSP Twitter Team selected for SPSP's 2015 Annual Convention! The Twitter Team has the opportunity to share highlights of the latest research in social and personality psychology relating to the 2015 Annual Convention in Long Beach. SPSP's Twitter Team will be encouraged to tweet photos and videos, live-tweet sessions and social events, share experiences, and connect with fellow tweeters, virtually or in-person at the Convention-- all using the meeting's hashtag
Oct 23, 2014
Chairs: Simine Vazire and C. Nathan DeWall Get ready for Long Beach! The program of the 2015 SPSP Annual Convention is now online. You can find information about all of the exciting symposia, special sessions, and posters at www.spspmeeting.org. This year’s program includes the wide range of research topics that you’ve come to expect from SPSP conventions, including everything from morality and relationships to life transitions and social identity. The talks will feature research drawing from a panoply of methods, designs, and populations – a true cross-section of social and personality research.