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SPSP Expresses Concern Over NIH Basic Research Category

The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) joins with other scientific societies and psychology departments to “share our concerns that basic science research is being redefined as

SPSP signs onto letters supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion training

The Society for Personality and Social Psychology has signed on to two letters against the September 22, 2020 Executive Order (EO) on Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping.

Advice for First-year Graduate Students

The first year of graduate school can be challenging and nerve-wracking, even in the absence of a global pandemic. With the new academic year upon us, the SPSP Student Committee reflects on advice for first-year graduate students.

Post-degree transitions: Debunking the linear trajectory myth

Education and career trajectories rarely follow a linear path. The reality: People often take breaks during their academic and professional journeys.

Applying to Grad School: Tips to Get Started

Landing a spot in the program you want requires planning, research, and an organized approach to the application process.

Vacations from Grad School: Is it possible?

Itching for a break from work, but feeling guilty and unsure of how to ask your advisor for time off? Here are some tips to help.

SPSP 2021 Convention Goes Virtual

SPSP has decided to cancel the in-person Annual Convention in Austin, February 2021. A completely virtual event will take place in February 2021.

Submit Your Online Teaching Resources

SPSP seeks additional examples of well-designed syllabi for online courses as well as teaching tips for what has worked well.

Committee Updates: May 2020

Learn more about the recent work and upcoming projects from the SPSP committees.

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