Social Psychology Network

Maintained by Scott Plous, Wesleyan University

SPN Forums

   Social Psychology Network has a Facebook page and five other forums that allow visitors to share information and interact with one another. These forums are designed to open up channels of communication and build online communities within the discipline of social psychology.

The following table contains a description of each forum. For the rules of usage, see the SPN User Policy.



SPN on Facebook

Social Psychology Network maintains a Facebook page with psychology news headlines, job announcements, online research studies, and more. If you're a Facebook user, please stop by, feel free to post a message on our Wall, and give us a "Like."  Visit Forum

The Student Discussion Forum

The Student Discussion Forum provides a way for students in psychology to discuss topics of common interest, ask for help with term papers and research projects, publicize student events and opportunities, and network with one another.  Visit Forum

The Professional Discussion Forum

The Professional Discussion Forum is designed for professionals working in psychology and related fields. Visitors can participate in online discussions, post conference announcements, locate others who share their research interests, and more.  Visit Forum

The Job Posting Forum

The Job Posting Forum is set up for colleges, universities, and other employers to advertise jobs and postdoctoral positions related to social psychology. All advertisements are free, and job applicants can search the database by keyword.  Visit Forum

The Add-a-Link Page

The Add-a-Link Page allows visitors to publicize any web site of their choice -- whether or not the site concerns psychology, and whether or not they created it. If you have a web site you'd like others to know about, stop by and add it to the list!  Visit Forum

The Listserv Message Center

The Listserv Message Center permits visitors to send email messages through the listservs of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology and the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.  Visit Forum



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