SPSP Small Conference Grants provide funding for members who wish to host small conferences relevant to the field. SPSP Small Research Grants provide funding for members who work at institutions that do not provide financial support for research.
SPSP awards recognize senior career contributors, mid-career scholars, early career researchers, faculty who teach and mentor students, authors of specific works, and others.
SPSP's 20th Annual Convention will take place in Portland, Oregon from February 7-9, 2019. The convention is a unique opportunity for more than 3,500 attendees to present, network and meet potential collaborators, and learn about the field’s most current research. SPSP members receive discounted convention registration.
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Comparing the spending habits and personality traits of over 2100 people over the Christmas season, personality psychology researchers found significant relationships between spending amounts over the holiday season and specific personality traits.
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Read up on the latest research in SPSP’s three publications:
- Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin publishes original empirical papers in all areas of personality and social psychology
- Personality and Social Psychology Review publishes original theoretical papers and conceptual review articles in personality and social psychology
- Social Psychological and Personality Science is a short reports journal in social and personality psychology, and a collaboration from ARP, EASP, SESP, SPSP, AASP, and SASP