We are pleased to announce that the annual preconference on the Teaching of Personality and Social Psychology at SPSP will be held in-person on Thursday, February 23, 2023 in Atlanta, GA at the Hyatt Regency. We are honored to have Beth Morling and David Strohmetz as our two keynote speakers.
Submissions for posters and single presenter talks are now open: https://spsp.org/events/annual-convention/preconferences/teaching-of-personality-and-social-psychology. Proposals can be submitted for a poster session or single presenter talk on topics in all areas related to the teaching of personality and social psychology. The deadline for all submissions is November 15, 2022.
Please send me any questions you may have.
I am looking forward to a great in-person preconference on February 23!
Drew Christopher (firstname.lastname@example.org), director of this preconference
History of the SPSP Teaching Preconference
Founded by Neil Lutsky in 2003, the STP Teaching Preconference is among the oldest continually running preconferences held in conjunction with the annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) conference. The foci of this preconference are to offer new and innovative teaching resources to professors who teach social and personality psychology. It also serves as a networking opportunity in which like-minded teacher-scholars can come together. This preconference welcomes everyone, from undergraduate students to seasoned, full professors.
Coordinator of the SPSP Teaching Preconference: Lauren Brewer, Stephen F. Austin State University