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- A 'Forest Instead of the Trees' Viewpoint May Motivate Change After Negative Feedback
- SPSP Blog: A Research Contest for Reducing Implicit Racial Biases
- SPSP to Host Reception at APS Convention
- Tips From a Young SAGE Scholar: Emily Impett
- We Want to Share Your News
- Member Spotlight: David Funder
Negative feedback can sting, but thinking about the big picture may help transform criticism into positive change. Read the NPR story.
We know a lot about which interventions can work in isolation, but we don’t have a systematic understanding of which interventions are most effective. A research contest set out to find out more. Read more.
The American Psychological Association’s annual convention, August 6-9 in Toronto, Canada, will feature an exciting slate of programming specifically targeted towards personality and social psychologists. Symposia on topics ranging from oxytocin to community resilience demonstrate the breadth of our fields. Read more about social and personality psychology programming here.
In conjunction with the Association for Psychological Science (APS), SPSP invites you to a reception at APS's 27th Annual Convention. The reception will occur on Friday, May 22 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Manhattan Ballroom, located on the 8th floor of the New York Mariott Marquis. Read more here.
Don't Forget to Apply for SPSP's Annual Awards
The deadline to apply for a number of SPSP's 2015 annual awards is June 1, 11:59 PM EST! You can read more about each of SPSP's individual awards and necessary submission material on our website. To submit a nomination, visit our online submission portal.
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"In post number two of our series spotlighting the 2015 SAGE Young Scholars Award recipients, we meet Emily Impett, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Check out some shared wisdom from Emily..." on Sage Connection.
Whether it’s professional (new job, book, award) or personal (wedding, children, passing of a colleague), let us help you share it with SPSP Members. Submit your announcement here to be published on SPSP's Community Updates page and in next month’s newsletter
David C. Funder is Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Riverside. A past president of SPSP, he is also former editor of the Journal of Research in Personality and is the author of The Personality Puzzle, a widely-used textbook. Read our interview with him in our monthly Member Spotlight.
- An panel discussion on some core premises of human gene and cultural evolution.
- A symposium on the promises of big-data, featuring work of economists, computer scientists, and psychologists.
- NEW: Non-student data blitz, professional development and training track, teacher/scholar travel awards
SPSP is excited to announce that it will be offering a limited number of Teacher/Scholar travel awards to support the participation of members who teach and work exclusively with undergraduate students. Read more about the new award here.
Don't forget to check out SPSP's YouTube channel! You can catch up on symposia from our 16th Annual Convention in Long Beach, California, and beyond.
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