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The Summer 2016 cycle of small research grantees are studying a wide range of personality effects and social behaviors. Their projects investigate the effects of emodiversity on empathy, how people make online dating decisions, meta-perceptions of the police, the impact of microaggressions on health disparities, how connection with physical spaces influences well-being, the relationship between social power and cognitive efficiency, and whether implicit biases affect online dating preferences. We asked each of the grantees about their research, which aspects of their projects have surprised them most, and more.  
SPSP’s Student Committee is currently seeking nominations for 2017-2018 positions. Members of the SC organize activities and resources for SPSP’s student members. Serving on the SC is a great opportunity to network and build leadership skills.
Did you know that SPSP’s Annual Convention will be coming to you this year?  On January 19, 2017, the Annual Convention – with its groundbreaking science, excited and passionate attendees, and robust networking opportunities -  will be taking place in San Antonio! Save your airline miles and flight budget for a vacation and hop in the car to join us at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center for:
We had a blast with you in San Diego earlier this year, and we hope you will join us in San Antonio for our 2017 convention. While many crowd-pleasing features of the program have remained the same, we also have some new additions for 2017:  Enhanced Program Design
Did you know that SPSP’s Annual Convention will be coming to you this year?  On January 19, 2017, the Annual Convention – with its groundbreaking science, excited and passionate attendees, and robust networking opportunities -  will be taking place in San Antonio! Save your airline miles and flight budget for a vacation and hop in the car to join us at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center for:
The 2017 SPSP Annual Convention welcomes an exciting lineup of interactive professional development programming. The program includes 19 professional development sessions situated throughout two days of learning. These sessions are designed for a variety of audiences: students, faculty, industry professionals, and faculty from primarily teaching institutions.

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