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Member Updates

  It’s hard to believe we were in New Orleans for SPSP 2020 only one month ago. Since that time, the landscape of our society has shifted dramatically. As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread domestically and internationally, our well wishes and thoughts are with our members, their families, and our affected communities.  
To support our members and the community, SPSP is providing a list of resources for teaching and coping during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Teaching online, remote work, homeschooling—our personal and professional lives have been altered in unfamiliar ways. The Early Career Committee has compiled some tips and resources to help ease the transition.
SPSP seeks nominations for the Heritage Wall of Fame! The Heritage Fund Initiative is designed to celebrate personality and social psychology's heritage by honoring some of the great teachers and scientists who have made major contributions to field. Wall of Famers receive nominations for all sorts of work, whether for mentorship, research, promoting, diversity, etc. The list can go on and on!
Uncertain times can distort our way of thinking and our behavior towards others. But there are healthy ways to cope with the ensuing anxiety.
With so many interesting presentations and posters—and people!—a newbie navigating their first convention can be a daunting experience. One PhD student reflects back on her time in New Orleans.