The periodical of the Social Psychology Section, aims to provide an overview of the key topics and issues of interest to the social psychological community, established and early career researchers alike. It also to aims to provide a channel for news and information about people, events, and publications that may be of interest to social psychologists.
The following types of contributions are published in SPR:
We also publish book reviews on an individual basis.
Laura K. Taylor and Shelley McKeown Jones
Information for contributors
The editors are particularly interested in receiving expressions of interest in relation to the areas specified below. All contributors should contact the editors to express interest before submitting a completed piece of work. The deadline for inclusion of completed pieces for the Spring Edition of SPR is 15th November and the deadline for inclusion in the Autumn Edition of SPR is 15th August. Expressions of interest should be sent at least 1 month prior to these deadlines.
A) Teaching Corner: Techniques, activities and resources that relate to teaching social psychology. Pieces on the TEF agenda are also welcomed.
B) Impact Story: An outlet for case studies and/or impact stories ahead of REF. Broader advice on how to promote impact from social psychological research is also welcomed.
C) Current Event: Thought piece or article written in a short and accessible format. We will on occasion send out specific calls, but also welcome suggestions for other topics.
Early Career Corner
The Early Career Corner comprises two key features:
Written by the Committee Postgraduate representative, the postgraduate column will consider topics such as navigating the job market, seeking a mentor, publishing tips to publish, etc., or a combination of these pieces.
The Early Career Researcher Spotlight entry will feature a short abstract and bio of a postgraduate student about his/her dissertation research.
If you are interested in contributing to the Early Career Corner, please contact Becky Scott.
The member profile is a way to celebrate success and to engage our membership. This space would briefly (200-300 words with photo) recognise accomplishments, profile the work of an up-and-coming-scholar, or spread the word about a major grant award. Self-nominations are welcomed.
Laura K. Taylor (Editor)
Email: [email protected]
Shelley McKeown Jones (Co-editor)