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If elected, I would be delighted to serve as a member at large for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. I remember the bad old pre-SPSP days when as a postdoc and junior faculty there was no welcoming society for the diverse areas of research that I cared about: the social psychology of close relationships, personality processes in daily life, and statistical methods for studying change.
Cynthia L. Pickett EDUCATION B.A., 1994, Stanford University M.A., 1996 Ohio State University Ph.D., 1999, Ohio State University POSITIONS Assistant Professor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1999-2002 Assistant Professor, University of Chicago, 2002-2004 Associate Professor, University of California, Davis, 2004-present HONORS Fellow, Society of Experimental Social Psychology Rising Star, Association for Psychological Science SPSP SERVICE
Serving on the board of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology would not only be a great honor, but also an opportunity to make a contribution to the discipline of social psychology and the outstanding network of scholars associated with social and personality psychology.  I have been an academic psychologist for two decades now and am committed to working towards ensuring that our fie
EDUCATION University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D. Social Psychology University of Belgrano, Ph.D. Clinical Psychology National University of La Plata, Prof. in Letters Catholic University of La Plata, Lic. in Psychology POSITIONS Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Department of Business Administration, College of Business, Carle-Illinois Medical School, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2007-present.
I gave my first symposium presentation at the first SPSP meeting in Nashville in 2000 as a newly minted Ph.D. At the time, SPSP promised to be a new beginning for social and personality psychologists -- smaller and more focused compared to APS, and more inclusive and horizontal compared to SESP.

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