The Early Career Committee will host a professional development session at the upcoming 2021 Convention to address the challenges and career-related questions facing junior faculty at colleges and universities. Attendees can submit their own questions now ahead of the event.
The Personality and Social Psychology Review (PSPR) seeks a new Editor for the term of January 1, 2022-December 31, 2025. Nominations are due February 28, 2021 and must include a CV and statement of interest which should include a brief description of editorial philosophy (one page or less). All inquiries and/or nominations should be submitted to Ed Hirt, Chair of the Editor Search Committee, email@example.com.
In addition to a new editorial team at SPSP's flagship publication, the journal has unveiled an updated editorial philosophy, revised submission guidelines, and new advice and instruction around preparing your manuscript.
The call for Division 8 programming at APA 2021 now has an extended deadline of January 26. An in-person meeting is planned for the main program, but the Divisions are planning for 100% pre-recorded virtual programming. Learn more at the APA 2021 website or download the full Call for Proposals document.
Have an idea to host a Free-Form Friday session? Submit the meeting name and your preferred date and time by February 8, 2021.
A professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Auckland, Nickola investigates the factors that create versus alleviate problems in social relationships, such as biased perceptions, emotion regulation, conflict strategies, depressive symptoms, attachment insecurity, power, and sexist attitudes.
From the SPSP Blog: Your choice of words when you are irritated with your partner may reveal something deeper about your relationship and your past family experiences.
Registered attendees can still reserve a spot at these popular mentoring events making the transition to a virtual setting at the upcoming Annual Convention. Hurry - space is limited!