Research is rarely done in isolation. Building mutually beneficial collaborations with other researchers can strengthen your project but is almost always met with hurdles than require closer attention. Here, we provide some tips for how researchers can build and sustain research collaborations. We also share an SPSP initiative: The Collaboration Zone, to help look for potential collaborators.
SPSP is thrilled to announce the winners of our 2021 Annual Awards. SPSP and its affiliated societies recognize the contributions of those who are advancing the boundaries of personality and social psychology.
SPSP Supports APA Resolutions to Apologize for Contributions to Systemic Racism, Commits to Improvement
SPSP is proud to support three historically significant resolutions passed by the American Psychological Association at its most recent Council of Representatives meeting.
Children see eating meat as less morally acceptable than adults do, according to new research in Social Psychological and Personality Science. This work demonstrates that humans are not born with the mental processes used to justify eating meat.
The American Psychological Association’s Council of Representatives met on Oct. 29 to discuss a range of issues related to APA’s efforts. Several key resolutions were passed and actions were taken during the meeting which Dr. Eugene Borgida, who serves as the Division 8 APA Representative, attended on SPSP’s behalf. Dr. Borgida has shared the following major takeaways related to SPSP’s work. The APA Council of Representatives passed three historically significant resolutions at the Oct. 29 meeting:
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