Membership InformationNote: The 2013 deadline for nominating new members was May 7. Information for 2014 nominations will be posted in early 2014.
Membership in SESP is open to any self-identified social psychologist, regardless of disciplinary affiliation. The nominator can be either oneself or a current member of SESP. Nominations are reviewed by the SESP Membership Committee. Under SESP operating rules, membership cannot grow by more than 5% per year.
The 2013 Membership Committee consists of Norbert Schwarz (Chair), Mike Hogg, and Geraldine Downey.
Nominators may nominate no more than one person for membership in a given year. Nominators should submit the following materials by May 7, 2013:
(a) a nomination letter that addresses the criteria for membership and identifies two publications by the candidate as representative of the high quality of her or his work
(b) the candidate's vita
It is most helpful to the Committee if nominators compile this information into a single file (e.g., in Word) that can be uploaded using the membership form. Please note that it is not necessary to submit copies of articles.
The primary criteria for membership are:
Once individuals are admitted as members, the annual membership fee is $60, which includes an online subscription to the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. Payments can be made online by clicking on the Member Services button to the left. The fee for each calendar year is due by August 1st of the prior year.
Additional questions about SESP or the membership process should be directed to the Executive Officer at:
or to other officers of the SESP Executive Committee. The Executive Committee oversees the operation of SESP and consists of nine members who are elected for staggered terms of three years.