The Lifespan Social-Personality (LSP) Preconference highlights the scientific importance of understanding and integrating lifespan methodology into social-personality research. The fields of social-personality psychology and lifespan development are each growing rapidly. While both fields encompass sizeable territory in modern psychological research, there is also an increased interest in the intersection of the two. Many lifespan development researchers base their research in the questions asked by social-personality psychologists about the characteristics and experiences of the populations they study. Conversely, researchers in areas such as emotion, social cognition, health, and personality are increasingly integrating lifespan data into their own investigations.
LSP has become a staple of the SPSP experience since 2012 (see our OSF archives at https://osf.io/58upb). LSP 2020 will take an unconference approach. Past feedback on the preconference highlights that attendees enjoy engaging with dialogue and workshops so this year we aim to do more of that centered around future directions in the field and useful resources for doing lifespan social-personality research.
- Seating is limited; some sessions fill quickly
- Breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks are included
- Receive a $25 discount when you add the full convention to your registration