Student Publication Prize
- Career Level:
- Graduate Student
- Single Contribution
SPSP recognizes excellence in research by student members with its Student Publication Prize. Papers are eligible for consideration if they are published in the calendar year prior to nomination in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Personality and Social Psychology Review, or Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Recipients of this prize receive a $100 honorarium and an accompanying plaque, which is presented at the annual Awards Ceremony held at the SPSP Annual Convention, as well as a complimentary one-year SPSP membership. Multiple student authors of the same publication will share the award prize.
- Eligible papers must have been published in PSPR, PSPB or SPPS during the calendar year prior to nomination. For example, to be nominated in 2017, the publication must have been printed in calendar year 2016. Papers and chapters still "in press" are not eligible.
All student first-authored papers that have been accepted for publication in SPSP journals are automatically eligible for this prize. There is not an open call for nominations. For more information on the nomination process, see the Contact tab.
Aimee L. Belanger, Putting belonging in context: Communal affordances signal belonging in STEM
Nicholas Buttrick, Historical change in the moral foundations of political persuasion
Lusine Grigoryan and Xuechunzi Bai, Stereotypes as historical accidents: Images of social class in postcommunist versus capitalist societies
Siwar Hasan-Aslih, The quest for hope: Disadvantaged group members can fulfill their desire to feel hope, but only when they believe in their power
Chloe O. Huelsnitz, Accuracy in perceptions of fundamental social motives: Comparisons to perceptions of Big Five traits and associations with friendship quality
William McAuliffe, Is empathy the default response to suffering? A meta-analytic evaluation of perspective taking’s effect on empathic concern
Sanaz Talaifar and Ashwini Ashokkumar, A new pathway to university retention? Identity fusion with university predicts retention independently of grades
Pelin Gul, Benevolent Sexism and Mate Preferences: Why Do Women Prefer Benevolent Men Despite Recognizing That They Can Be Undermining?
Sarah Humberg, Response Surface Analysis in Personality and Social Psychology: Checklist and Clarifications for the Case of Congruence Hypotheses
Angie LeRoy, Implications for Reward Processing in Differential Responses to Loss: Impacts on Attachment Hierarchy Reorganization
Amanda Ravary, Shaping the Body Politic: Mass Media Fat-Shaming Affects Implicit Anti-Fat Attitudes
Xian Zhao, Your Name Is Your Lifesaver: Anglicization of Names and Moral Dilemmas in a Trilogy of Transportation Accidents
Mona Ayoub, The relations between parental socioeconomic status, personality, and life outcomes
Kimberly E. Chaney, The endurance of interpersonal confrontations as a prejudice reduction strategy
Boaz Hameiri, Paradoxical thinking as a conflict-resolution intervention: Comparison to alternative interventions and examination of psychological mechanisms
Nicholas M. Hobson, The psychology of rituals: An integrative review and process-based framework
Frederick Clavel, United and Divided by Stress: How Stressors Differentially Influence Social Support in African American Couples Over Time
Bruce Doré, Helping Others Regulate Emotion Predicts Increased Regulation of One’s Own Emotions and Decreased Symptoms of Depression
David S. March, In Harm’s Way: On Preferential Response to Threatening Stimuli
Amit Goldenberg & Kinneret Endevelt, Making Intergroup Contact More Fruitful: Enhancing Cooperation Between Palestinian and Jewish-Israeli Adolescents by Fostering Beliefs About Group Malleability
Feng Bai, Beyond Dominance and Competence: A Moral Virtue Theory of Status Attainment
Priyanka D. Joshi, Communicating with distant others: the functional use of abstraction
Gabrielle Filip-Crawford, Homosexuality and pro-gay ideology as pathogens? Implications of a disease-spread lay model for understanding anti-gay behaviors
Matthew D. Rocklage, On the Dominance of Attitude Emotionality
Andrew H. Hales, Disagreeableness as a Cause and Consequence of Ostracism
Laura Van Berkel, Hierarchy, dominance, and deliberation: Egalitarian values require mental effort
Jonas R. Kunst, "We Are in This Together” Common Group Identity Predicts Majority Members’ Active Acculturation Efforts to Integrate Immigrants
Kun Zhao, The role of interpersonal traits in social decision making: Exploring sources of behavioral heterogeneity in economic games
James R. Rae, Exposure to racial out-groups and implicit race bias in the United States
Samantha J. Heintzelman, (The Feeling of) Meaning-as-Information
Bo M. Winegard, Grief functions as an honest indicator of commitment
Jiyin Cao, Does travel broaden the mind? Breadth of foreign experiences increases generalized trust
Alyssa Fu, My mother and me: Why tiger mothers motivate Asian Americans but not European Americans
Samantha Joel, The Things you do for me: Perceptions of a romantic partner’s investments promote gratitude and commitment
Kyle G. Ratner, Perceived stigmatization, ingroup pride, and immune and endocrine activity: Evidence from a community sample of Black and Latina women
Xiaowen Xu, Does cultural exposure partially explain the association between personality and political orientation?
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