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eDialogue: August 31, 2018

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Recap from the SPSP Board Meeting

Reflecting on SPSP’s new strategic plan at its meeting earlier this month, the SPSP Board of Directors took several actions to promote diversity, promote transparency within SPSP governance, and position SPSP to further our goals in outreach and advocacy. Read more in this recap.

 
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Chris Chartier on the Psychological Science Accelerator

Reflecting on the second year of the Psychological Science Accelerator , Chris Chartier provides an overview of how it got its start, the many benefits of the Accelerator and where it is headed next. Read more in this recap.

 
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SPSP News
 
Apply or Nominate a Peer for a SAGE Young Scholar Award
Are you 3-7 years into your first academic faculty position? These $5,000 awards recognize young researchers who have demonstrated exceptional achievements. Apply or nominate a peer by October 15.
 
Apply for a Small Research Grant
With awards of up $1,500, these grants can help get your study or project off the ground. The next cycle opens September 15.
 
Students: Apply for $1000 to Fund Your Dissertation Research
At least two grants will be awarded each in personality psychology and social psychology. The deadline to apply for a Heritage Dissertation Research Award is October 15.
 
Community Updates
 
Member Spotlight: Lindsey Rodriguez
Lindsey Rodriguez teaches at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg, where she also studies the effects of addictive behaviors on close relationships.
 
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#SPSPchat #10: Navigating the Advisor/Advisee Relationship
ICYMI: This month, our panel shared valuable tips and advice for navigating the advisor/advisee relationship.
 
Save the Date! #SPSPchat #11
Join us on Monday, September 17 from 1-2pm EDT when we discuss “navigating the postdoc” with guests Jin Goh, Evelyn Carter, Kira McCabe and Peter Mende-Siedlecki.
 
Book Announcements

• Emotional Success: The Power of Gratitude, Compassion, and Pride
- David DeSteno

•The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias
- Dolly Chugh

 
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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).
 
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Strategic Indulgence Key to Maximizing the College Experience
New research suggests that students who are focused on long-term goals maximize their college experience by engaging in “strategic indulgence.”
 
Educational Tracking Creates Artificial Inequalities Among Students
A series of studies show that grouping students based on their achievement levels may encourage evaluators to artificially create social class inequalities.
 
Forget the Bling: High Status-Signaling Deters New Friendships
Luxury cars and expensive jewelry may actually repel people from making friends with us.
 
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