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SPSP Expresses Concern Over NIH Basic Research Category

The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) joins with other scientific societies and psychology departments to “share our concerns that basic science research is being redefined as

SPSP Sexual Harassment Survey Results

The second part of the SPSP climate survey which many of you completed last spring focused on sexual harassment. The results of this second part of the survey are now publicly available here:

SPSP Climate Survey Report

In late Spring, many of you participated in the SPSP climate survey so we could learn more about your experiences at SPSP conferences, as well as SPSP sponsored events (e.g., SISPP).

Search for Character & Context Blog Editor

The Society for Personality and Social Psychology has opened nominations for the editorship of its flagship blog,

Nominations and Elections Committee

In an effort to improve transparency in the election of Board members and appointment of committee members, the SPSP Board of Directors approved a new structure for its Nominations and Elections Co

SISPP 2019 Now Accepting Applications

With National Science Foundation funding, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology is pleased to offer a two-week intensive summer school for up to 100 pre-doctoral students in Social and

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