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eDialogue: April 25, 2018

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Get to Know: Judith Hall

Winner of one of this year’s Career Contribution Awards, Judith Hall’s work has made important contributions to social, personality, and health psychology.

 
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Promoting Diversity Science Through the SPSP Small Conference Grant

Funded in part with a grant awarded through SPSP, the Illinois Summit on Diversity in Psychological Science helped, in part, make the work and ideas surrounding diversity more visible.

 
SPSP News
 
Social Psychological and Personality Science Journal Seeks New Editor
The Consortium for Social Psychological and Personality Science has opened nominations for this 4-year editor-in-chief role. Nominate yourself or a peer today. The term starts July 1, 2019.
 
New Items Now Available in the SPSP Store
New t-shirt styles, water bottles and other SPSP-branded products are now available to members at reduced prices.
 
Apply for a Community Catalyst Grant
Have an idea for a meeting to gather members from underrepresented groups? Applications are being accepted May 1 – August 1 for the next cycle of grants (up to $1,500).
 
Apply Now for a Small Conference Grant
Have an idea for a small conference, but in need of funding? Consider applying for a Small Conference Grant. The submission portal is open through July 1.
 
Annual Awards Nomination Portal Now Open
Inspired by the award winners at the recent Atlanta convention? Consider nominating yourself or a peer for an outstanding contribution to the field of personality and social psychology.
 
Achieve Fellow Status in SPSP and APA Division 8
The Fellows Committee is now seeking nominations. Consider nominating yourself or a peer before June 1.
 
Chad Rummel Earns CAE Credential
Congratulations to SPSP leader and executive director Chad Rummel on earning this important professional credential.
 
What Do You Want to See in This Newsletter?
Have a great idea for SPSP member newsletter content, or want to contribute? Reach out!

 

Community Updates
 
Member Spotlight: Steve Stroessner
The Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Psychology at Barnard College, SPSP member Steve Stroessner has refocused his research to the social perception of non-social entities, such as objects and robots.
  
#SPSP Applied Research Chat
Check out our latest Twitter chat – this time we learned how SPSP members Calvin Lai, Rebecca Littman and Cameron Brick add applied methods to their research toolbox.
  
We Want to Share Your News
Share your news with the SPSP community, whether it’s professional (a new job, book, or award) or personal (a wedding, children, or the passing of a colleague).
  
 
Convention Updates
 
Mark Your Calendar for #SPSP2019 in Portland!
Be sure to add these important dates and deadlines to your calendar today!
 
 
News Center
 
Grit: What is Known, Unknown, and Off the Mark
Second in a series of blog posts on everyone’s favorite personality trait, SPSP member Todd Kashdan shares the findings of an expansive, international study on the supposed benefits of grit.
 
Why Is Sarcasm so Difficult to Detect in Texts and Emails?
When facial expression and tone of voice is removed from the conversation, it can be easy to misinterpret sarcastic remarks.
 
Tell Us About Your Research
If you’ve recently been in the news, have research you want to share with the media, or are interested in writing for our blog, please email SPSP’s Public & Media Relations Manager at the link above!
 
Upcoming Events
6/7 - 6/9/18: Behavioral Decision Research in Management 2018, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
6/18 - 6/19/18: 6th Annual International Weight Stigma Conference, Leeds, UK
7/5 - 7/11/18: ISSAS 2018 - The development of emotions, Geneva, Switzerland
7/11 - 7/14/18: Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
 
Career Center
 
Featured
 
★ Post-Doctoral PositionTilburg University
★ Behavioral Research FellowNorthwestern University Kellogg School of Management
★ Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Management and OrganizationsDuke University
  
Additional Job Openings
 
Research Coordinator, Micro Organizational Behavior, Yale
Lab Manager - Culture, Diversity & Intergroup Relations Lab, UC Berkeley
Freelance Researcher and Writer, PsychologyCompass
Postdoctoral Associate, Resilience Project, Duke University
Postdoctoral Research Professional, Chicago Booth
Postdoc on Identity and Environmental Activism, Simon Fraser University
Post Doctoral Fellow - Behavioral Science of Ethics and Decision-Making, Geisinger Health System
Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychology, Midwestern State University
Professor/Associate Professor, Quantitative Research Methods, University of Tromsø (Norway)
Associate Professor/Lecturer, Quantitative Research Methods & Statistics, University of Tromsø (Norway)
 
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