We are a group of graduate students at New York University dedicated to professional and academic development in the fields of social and consumer psychology.
The Social and Consumer Psychology Association at New York University is a student-run organization of graduate students dedicated to professional and academic development in the fields of social and consumer psychology. Events typically include:
In this article Nicholas Manluccia, alumn from our NYU Social and Consumer Psychology program, talks about Snapchat’s “Discover” feature and how it is impelling advertisers to create better ads: “(…) as consumers get savvier and user-generated reviews become ubiquitous, brands are becoming more transparent. In this era of transparency, it’s not enough for brands to simply [...]3 May, 2015
Nick Ungson is a current PhD student in social psychology at Lehigh University. He is a 2013 graduate of the the Master of Arts (MA) program in psychology at New York University, and completed undergraduate study in psychology at the University of Florida. SCPA asked him about the application process for a PhD in psychology [...]4 July, 2014