Nov 14, 2011
Racial prejudice and stereotyping, pay-what-you-want pricing, cross-cultural training – these are just a few of the research areas of this year's winners of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) annual awards. Each of the recipients has made a unique and significant contribution to understanding the individual and social factors shaping people's personalities, interactions, and behaviors.
The SPSP Student Committee surveyed personality and social psychologists recently on the job market for positions outside of academia to hear about their experiences.
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New research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science reports that the presence of a gender equality supportive ally reduces anticipated feelings of isolation while increasing anticipated support and respect.
A new report illuminates how candidates with non-academic work experience are perceived by academic hiring committees in psychological science.
Four SPSP members shared key insights from behavioral science in order to help the Biden Administration increase uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine.