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Kay Deaux is the winner of the 2016 Distinguished Scholar Award. In her address at the 2017 SPSP Annual Convention, Kay expressed her gratitude for being selected, offered thanks to many people who supported and influenced her professionally, and explained why she took the path she did. She described some of her professional collaborations and what she gained from each, and noted the importance of keeping science and reason – and relevance – at the forefront of social and personality psychology, and of joining with others who share our values.
Kathleen D. VohsUniversity of Minnesota The Association for Psychological Science (APS) is general psychology’s premier scientific association. Each year its flagship convention attracts around 4,500 psychological scientists who gather to meet, greet, and exchange ideas.
A member reached out on the Open Forum asking for textbook recommendations to provide as a foundation for students in a first-year graduate social psychology course (many of whom are from other departments) before they read empirical articles for each topic. SPSP members offered a variety of helpful suggestions:
The following candidates will appear on the 2017 SPSP Ballot for election to the Board. Their terms will begin January 1, 2018. Links to vote will be e-mailed to eligible members the week of April 3rd. To be an eligible voter, you must be a full member with a doctorate in psychology and have paid dues through 12/31/2017. President  |  Member At-Large Position 1  |  Member At-Large Position 2
Linda J. Skitka EDUCATION Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley B.A., University of Michigan POSITIONS University of Illinois at Chicago, 1994 – present Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 1989 - 1994                              SELECTED HONORS President, Midwestern Psychological Association, 2017 Distinguished Service Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 2016

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