Big data
Congratulations to SPSP's Annual Award Winners
Selected by panels of peers, these awards highlight and honor leaders within the field.

 

Latest News

Oct15
Oct 15, 2019 New study debunks myth that only children are more narcissistic than kids with siblings

The stereotype for only children is that they are selfish, or more self-centered than those with siblings.

READ MORE

Sep24
Sep 24, 2019 As an Act of Self-disclosure, Workplace Creativity Can Be Risky Business

by Phil Ciciora

It’s increasingly common for managers to direct employees to “be creative” during office brainstorming sessions. But should employees acquiesce to that managerial edict?

READ MORE

Character and Context Blog

Oct16
Oct 16, 2019 Good Reads: The Social Leap

by Brett Pelham

Bill von Hippel’s clever and provocative book, The Social Leap, will tell you how we came to be human – and how you can become happier, healthier, and a little more humane.

READ MORE

Oct15
Oct 15, 2019 The Benefits of Right-wing Authoritarianism

by Jake Womick

We normally assume that having meaning in one’s life is associated with having positive, prosocial views. But sometimes negative, antisocial views can give life meaning too.

READ MORE

Member Spotlight

Stephanie Tobin headshot

Stephanie Tobin

Queensland University of Technology

Read more

Latest Tweets

  • 30 min 45 sec ago
    Tomorrow! on Psychology Research Careers for the Public Good – October 17, 11:00am - 12:00pm ET with Lin… https://t.co/Sg5MpllYdG
  • 49 min 23 sec ago
    "It turned out that subjects with [moral] relativist leanings were more tolerant toward the disagreeing person than… https://t.co/lCxg9OlaMh
  • 2 hours 20 min ago
    We normally assume that having meaning in one’s life is associated with having positive, prosocial views. But somet… https://t.co/LleYRNGo8f

Resources

Connect!Past ConventionsCareer Center

 

Resources

Connect!Past ConventionsCareer Center