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What if you could isolate the independent variables in your research, keep costs down, and reach wider populations of research participants? What if your research situations were limited only by what you could dream up, regardless of practicality – how would that influence your research? With virtual reality, that’s all possible.
Duane Wegener served as the editor of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (PSPB), from January 1, 2013 through December 31, 2016. SPSP spoke with Duane about how a sense of duty shaped his decision to take on the editorship, the rewards of seeing papers develop through the review process, what it was like to anticipate future trends as a result of having an insider perspective, and more.
Nominate yourself or a peer for the SAGE Young Scholars and Heritage Dissertation Research Awards today! Don’t miss the opportunity to recognize your deserving peers or receive funding yourself:
Check out the list of preconferences being held on Thursday, March 1, 2018 in Atlanta before the SPSP Annual Convention begins. Browse all 30 and register for your favorite with the convention when registration opens on September 1st.
Submission Portal for #SPSP2018 Is Now Open! Portal closes Tuesday, July 25th at 11:59 PM EDT Apply for a Travel Award

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