Character and Context Interest Form
SPSP's blog, Character and Context, serves our community and the public in showing how social and personality psychologists apply their science, in whatever setting they work, which goes beyond academia to include the community, government, industry, and other venues.

We ask that you join the effort to bring social-personality psychology to the public by letting us know of your interest in contributing. You can also suggest names of colleagues whose work you would like to see spotlighted. The diversity of the SPSP community is growing, and all voices should be heard. If you've never written a blog piece before, don't worry—we are here to guide authors start to finish. Visit the C&C website to see some of the exciting work we highlight, and consider adding your own. We strongly encourage individuals from traditionally underrepresented or historically disenfranchised populations to write for the blog.

Please note that because our pieces are written primarily with laypeople in mind, not all ideas will be suitable (for example, the content might be too technical or appropriate mainly for other researchers). Therefore, please reach out to the Editors to discuss your ideas so we can work to develop them with you.

Editor: Judith A. Hall (j.hall@northeastern.edu)

Associate Editors: Leah Dickens (dickens1@kenyon.edu), Colleen Sinclair (csinclair@psychology.mssta.edu)

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If you would like to suggest someone else, please give us their name, affiliation, and/or email (if you have it) below.
If you have ideas for blog content, please tell us here. Note, mainly we invite authors to write about their recent research, but we are also open to blogs about interesting applied activities.
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Note, the questions below are optional and offered so that we can track our progress on improving diversity and inclusion of traditionally underrepresented U.S. groups. We also encourage submissions from international members. Please consider responding to these optional demographic questions below.
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