The 2015 and 2016 Annual Meeting Photo Highlights are now available! Click here for the 2016 Annual Meeting Photo Highlights. Click here for the 2015 Annual Meeting Photo Highlights.
On April 22, 2016, Dr. Sarah Laszlo, Associate Professor of Psychology and Linguistics at Binghamton University, was interviewed on NPR Science Friday. Click here to listen to their discussion “Could ‘Brainprints’ Unlock Your Future Phone”. Overview: Our phones are the key to our personal digital data. How can … Read More.
Registration is now open for the Workshop on Electrical Neuroimaging of the Dynamic Social Brain in San Diego, CA, preceding the Society for Social Neuroscience and the Society for Neuroscience annual meetings. The main mission of the workshop is to help ensure that the training of graduate students, … Read More.
The James McKeen Cattell Fund is now accepting applications for fellowships to supplement sabbatical support provided by the applicant’s home institution. The awards are intended to support “scientific research and the dissemination of knowledge with the object of obtaining results beneficial to the development of the science of psychology and … Read More.
This newsletter is created by the SPR committee to Promote Student Interests and is sent to current student and general members. Please forward to your own students and any interested colleagues! What’s in this issue? SPR 2016 Annual Meeting Registration: SPR 2016 Annual Meeting Registration NOW OPEN! Planning your … Read More.
SPR members working at primarily undergraduate institutions (PUIs) may be interested in a new, open LinkedIn group: Psychophysiology at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions. The purpose of the group is to create a community of psychophysiologists (including students) who are interested in the education and training of psychophysiologists, primarily at … Read More.
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