Bob and Bobette Cialdini will double your donation to the SPSP Summer Institute (SISPP), Diversity Fund, Graduate Travel Awards, Heritage Dissertation Awards, and the Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR). Learn more about each endowment or give now.
Seven grantees had their research funded by the last cycle of the Small Research Grant Program. You can learn more about the research of Marco Brambilla, Pascal Burgmer, Andrew Geers, India Johnson, Bradley Mattan, Liad Uziel, and Joseph Vitriol by visiting the “Past Recipients” tab on the program page.
The Submission Portal to submit your work for SPSP 2018 will be open from July 5 – July 25. Submission Guides are available now to help you begin preparing your work. Check out the new Collaboration Zone to connect with colleagues to plan a symposium.
The High, one of the leading art museums in the Southeast, features a collection of over 11,000 pieces of classic and contemporary art, plus award-winning architecture by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano.
Michael Wenzel’s research on group apologies finds that the sincerity of a collective apology is judged by the inner state of the group that the apologizer represents, not the inner state of the person issuing the apology.
Jacquie Vorauer writes about her recent research, that prompting individuals to reflect on multicultural ideological principles might put ethnic minority group members in a position to exert greater social influence in intergroup interaction situations.