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Ethics Policy

SPSP Ethics Statement

Members of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology must conform to the ethical standards of the profession, as described in the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct .Membership may be denied to an applicant or revoked for cause, which includes but is not limited, to disciplinary action for ethical reasons by the American Psychological Association or any other governing body by which the member is bound (state/national psychological associations, universities, etc).Those with concerns should contact any member of the SPSP Board of Directors or Central Office staff.

To discuss ethical or sensitive concerns, please contact Executive Director Chad Rummel (crummel@spsp.org or 202.524.6541)