Table of Contents
- Anger, Aggression, and You - Interventions That Makes Us Less Likely to Lash Out
- Can Focusing on the Self Make You More Moral?
- Symposia and Poster Submission Portal Now Open!
- Apply for Travel Awards to SPSP's Annual Convention
- Convention Housing Opens July 17
- Convention Catch-Up
What is it that separates those breathe-easy, deep wells of meditative calmness from those of us who constantly seem pent-up and ready-to-pounce? Recent research suggests you can actually train people to better control and regulate their anger and aggression. Read more.
Traditional wisdom suggests that focusing on the self reduces moral behavior because self-focused people care about their own interests and well-being; however, this may not always be the case. Recent research suggests that morality is so important for the self-concept that focusing on the self in morally-charged circumstances can actually improve moral behavior. Read more.
"Other people might like to tell you what to do but success is defined by your own values and goals. Your best work will come from your passions," says Rule. Read more tips from the 2015 Sage Young Scholar Award recipient on Sage Connection.
The Canadian Psychological Association has named SPSP member Peter Suedfeld as the recipient of its 2015 Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology. Read more.
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 in SPSP's Community Updates.
SPSP Members Randal Brown and Dana Weiser recently launched a new Sexuality shared-interest group (SIG) on SPSP Connect! "Attending the sexuality preconference energized us as researchers and we hope to continue the cultivation of this community." Read More.
The submission portal for symposia and posters are now open. Submit your science for the upcoming convention here!
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology offers a limited number of awards to support individuals traveling to its annual convention. This includes our new Teacher/Scholar travel award, which supports the participation of SPSP members who teach and work with undergraduate students exclusively. Applications are now being accepted. You can read more about each of SPSP's travel awards here.
Don’t miss securing your hotel accommodations for San Diego at a reduced rate in the official SPSP Annual Convention Housing Block! The block opens on July 17, 2015. Visit our website for more information.
Don't forget to check out SPSP's YouTube channel to catch up on symposia from our 16th Annual Convention in Long Beach, California. You will also find research symposia from years past.
Data Programmer/Pre-Doctoral Intern
Yale School of Management
New Haven, CT USA
Tenure Track Position in Social, Personality, or Health Psychology
University of Toronto, Mississauga
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Research Analyst II
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Nashville, TN USA
PhD Student Position/Social Emotions
Social Cognition Center, University of Cologne
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI USA
Visiting Assistant Professor
Saratoga Springs, NY USA
Professional Research Assistant
University of Colorado, Boulder
Boulder, CO USA
Postdoc Opportunity: The Psychology of Conflict
Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark
Tenure-Track Junior Faculty in Psychology (Clinical, Social, Developmental)
Besiktas, Istanbul, Turkey
University of Delaware
Newark, DE USA
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July 3-6, 2015
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Advances in the Science of Habits Conference
July 22-25, 2015
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August 31-September 1, 2015
Conference in Honor of Donald Campbell
3rd Annual International Weight Stigma Conference
September 18-19, 2015
2015 Person Memory Interest Group (PMIG) Conference
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The Society for Consulting Psychology Internation Congress and Mid-Winter Conference
February 4-7, 2015
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November 7-11, 2016
Port au Prince, Haiti
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