The SPSP Small Research Grants Program is accepting applications for the summer 2017 cycle by April 15. Learn some questions reviewers consider when evaluating submissions, and view exemplary submissions.
The participants for the 2017 Summer Institute in Social and Personality Psychology have been selected. Congratulations to all of the pre-doctoral students who will be taking part in the two-week experience this summer!
Thank you to everyone who completed the Undergraduate Resources Survey. Congratulations to those who won a t-shirt – Tessa H. (undergrad) and Heather H. (post-undergrad)! You can order your own psychology t-shirt.
Cynthia Willis-Esqueda is an associate professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her research focuses on race and ethnic bias and the impact for legal process, legal outcomes, and health and well-being.
David Neal was featured in “Why Social Science?” for his work relating to the Zika virus. The Consortium of Social Science Associations blog shares the contributions of federally-funded social and behavioral science research.
Program submission guides for #SPSP2018 will be available in early April. These lay out the information that will be collected when the program submissions portal opens in July, so that you can begin preparing.
The Atlanta History Center features exhibitions, festivals, and interactive activities, as well as historic houses and 32 acres of gardens, wildlife trails, and woodland areas. It was also used in the filming of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
A series of three recent studies suggest that feeling moral aversion toward political opponents compels us toward positions that help our team “win.” This is true even if it means adopting positions with which we’d otherwise disagree.
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