Founded in 2014, Character & Context (C&C) highlights the growing fields of personality and social psychology. C&C offers Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) members and other researchers the opportunity to communicate directly, in a less formal environment, to both colleagues and the interested public. Some selections garner media attention or may be shared with partner organizations and blogs.
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