PSPB & PSPR have updated the terms of their contributor agreements.  The journals now request an exclusive license to publish and distribute articles, instead of a transfer of copyright.  This means authors will remain owners of the copyright to their articles while the journals will receive an exclusive license to publish the articles.  Additionally, authors will retain the following rights in accordance with SAGE’s author re-use policy, which has been updated to be RoMEO Green compliant.   CONTRIBUTORS’ RIGHTS   You retain the copyright in your Contribution.
  The Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association will be held in Washington, DC August 7- August 10, 2014. The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (Division 8 of APA) is sponsoring a wide range of symposia, invited addresses, poster sessions, awards, and a social hour.   
The Foundation for Personality and Social Psychology is pleased to announce that David Hamilton and John G. Holmes have been added to the Heritage Fund Wall of Fame. Professors Hamilton and Holmes have made innumerable important contributions to our discipline. We are grateful for their contributions to the field, and to their colleagues and students, whose generous donations made this installation possible.  
Five recipients of the SAGE Young Scholars Award, which is supported by a generous donation from SAGE Publications, are putting their $5,000 grants to use in the field of personality and social psychology.  
The SPSP President’s Report   The first of each year marks the annual shift in SPSP leadership. David Funder, who has done a masterful job as SPSP President transitioned into the Past President role and Mark Leary became the official President Elect. Trish Devine, who has been a significant force in the rebuilding of the Society, is now off the presidential treadmill. It is my honor to begin my one-year term as President.  
The SPSP Publications Committee is delighted to announce that Monica Biernat will be the next Editor of Personality and Social Psychology Review