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Kathleen D. VohsUniversity of Minnesota The Association for Psychological Science (APS) is general psychology’s premier scientific association. Each year its flagship convention attracts around 4,500 psychological scientists who gather to meet, greet, and exchange ideas.
A member reached out on the Open Forum asking for textbook recommendations to provide as a foundation for students in a first-year graduate social psychology course (many of whom are from other departments) before they read empirical articles for each topic. SPSP members offered a variety of helpful suggestions:
The following candidates will appear on the 2017 SPSP Ballot for election to the Board. Their terms will begin January 1, 2018. Links to vote will be e-mailed to eligible members the week of April 3rd. To be an eligible voter, you must be a full member with a doctorate in psychology and have paid dues through 12/31/2017. President  |  Member At-Large Position 1  |  Member At-Large Position 2
I gave my first symposium presentation at the first SPSP meeting in Nashville in 2000 as a newly minted Ph.D. At the time, SPSP promised to be a new beginning for social and personality psychologists -- smaller and more focused compared to APS, and more inclusive and horizontal compared to SESP.
EDUCATION Ph.D., Psychology, Columbia University, NY, NY, 1999 M. A., Psychology, Columbia University, NY, NY, 1995 B. A., Psychology and Political Science, Bogaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey, 1992 POSITIONS HELD Professor, Department of Psychology, UC-Berkeley, 2015-present Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, UC-Berkeley, 2009-2015 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, UC-Berkeley, 2002-2009 Post-doc, Department of Psychology, Columbia University, NY, NY, 1999-2002 HONORS & AWARDS

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