The Society of Experimental Social Psychology contributes to two journals devoted to psychological research:
- The Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, a bimonthly journal of original research and theory on human social behavior and related phenomena, is the official journal of SESP. The publisher of SESP, Elsevier, also helps to support our annual conference. All SESP members receive online access to the journal as part of their annual dues. Additionally, members may receive an individual print subscription to JESP for $31 (2012 price), payable directly to the publisher (please order from the nearest sales office here and state you are an SESP member). Print subscriptions are for personal use only and may not be placed in institutional or university libraries.
- Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS) is a quarterly journal jointly published jointly by the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, the Association for Research in Personality, the European Association of Social Psychology, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, and other co-sponsoring organizations. SPPS contains cutting-edge short reports of single studies, or very succinct reports of multiple studies, with a quick review and publication process. All SESP members receive online access to the journal as part of their annual dues. If you are at an academic institution, please consider completing and sending this Library Recommendation Form to request that your library subscribe.