The Society for the
Psychological
Study of Social Issues

    

Term of Presidency

JSI Issue Published In

President

Title of Address

2010-2012

 

James S. Jackson

 

2009-2010

 

Eugene Borgida

 

2008-2009

Vol 67 #1

Susan Opotow

How This Was Possible: Interpreting the Holocaust 

2007-2008

 

Daniel Perlman

 

2006-2007

Vol 64 #3

Irene H. Frieze

Social Policy, Feminism, and Research on Violence in Close Relationships

2005-2006

Vol 63 #1

Marybeth Shinn

Waltzing with a Monster: Bringing Research to Bear on Public Policy

2003-2004

Vol 62 #4

James M. Jones

From Racial Inequality to Social Justice: The Legacy of Brown vs. Board and Lessons Learned from South Africa

2004-2005

Vol 62 #3

Kay Deaux

A Nation of Immigrants: Living Our Legacy

2002-2003

Vol 60 #3

Louis Penner

Volunteerism and Social Problems: Making Things Better or Worse?

2001-2002

Vol 59 #3

Geoffrey Maruyama

Disparities in Educational Opportunities and Outcome: What Do We Know and What Can We Do?

2000-2001

Fall 2002

Jennifer Crocker

The Costs of Seeking Self-Esteem

1999-2000

Winter 2001

John F. Dovidio

On the nature of contemporary prejudice: The third wave

1998-1999

Spring 2000

Rhoda Unger

Outsiders Inside: Positive Marginality and Social Change 

1997-1998

n/a

Barbara Gutek

no address published

1996-1997

Spring 1998

Dalmas Taylor

Affirmative action: A compelling state interest 

1995-1996

Winter 1996

Michele Andrisin Wittig

Taking affirmative action in education and employment 

1994-1995

n/a

Virgina O'Leary

no address published

1993-1994

Winter 1995

Stuart Oskamp

Applying social psychology to avoid ecological disaster

1992-1993

Winter 1994

Sally A. Shumaker (address co-authored by Teresa Rust Smith)

The politics of women’s health 

1991-1992

Spring 1993

Faye J. Crosby

Why complain? 

1990-1991

Summer 1992

Stanley Sue

Ethnicity and mental health: Research and policy issues 

1989-1990

Summer 1991

Jacqueline D. Goodchilds

Whatever...

1988-1989

Spring 1990

Seymour Feshbach 

Psychology, human violence, and the search for peace: Issues in Science and social values

1987-1988

Summer 1989

Jeffrey Z. Rubin

Some wise and mistaken assumptions about conflict and negotiation

1986-1987

Spring 1988

Phyllis Katz

Children and Social Issues

1985-1986

Winter 1986

Joseph McGrath

Continuity and change: Time, method, and the study of social issue

1984-1985

Winter 1985

Marilynn Brewer

Experimental research and social policy: Must it be rigor versus relevance?

1983-1984

Spring 1985

Lois Wladis Hoffman

The changing genetics/socialization balance

1982-1983

Fall 1984

Martha T. Mednick

SPSSI, advocacy for social change, and the future: A historical look

1981-1982

n/a

Clara Mayo

no address published

1980-1981

Spring 1983

Leonard Bickman

The Evaluation of Prevention Programs

1979-1980

Summer 1981

Cynthia Deutsch

The Behavioral Scientist: Insider and Outsider

1978-1979

Spring 1980

June Louin Tapp

Psychological and Policy Perspectives on the Law: Reflections on a Decade

1977-1978

Winter 1978

Lawrence Wrightsman

The American Trial Jury on Trial: Empirical Evidence and Procedural Modifications

1976-1977

Winter 1977

Ezra Stotland

White Collar Criminals

1975-1976

Fall 1976

Harry Triandis

The Future of Pluralism

1974-1975

Winter1975

Albert Pepitone

Social Psychological Perspectives on Crime and Punishment

1973-1674

Winter 1974

Bertram Raven

The Nixon Group

1972-1973

Winter 1973

Harold Proshansky

The Environmental Crisis in Human Dignity

1971-1972

Winter 1972

Marcia Guttentag

Children in Harlem's Community Controlled Schools

1970-1971

Spring 1972

Robert Kahn

The Justification of Violence: Social Problems and Social Solutions

1969-1970

n/a

Robert Chin

no address published

1968-1969

Fall 1969

Martin Deutsch

Organizational and Conceptual Barriers to Social Change

1967-1968

Winter 1969

Thomas Pettigrew

Racially Separate or Together?

1966-1967

Spring 1968

Milton Rokeach

A Theory of Organization and Change within Value-Attitude Systems

1965-1966

Fall 1966

Jerome Frank

Galloping technology: A new social disease

1964-1965

Fall 1965

Herb Kelman

The social consequences of social research: A new social issue

1963-1964

Fall 1964

Jerome Bruner

Education as a social invention

1962-1963

Fall 1963

John French

The social environment and mental health

1958-1959

n/a

M. Brewster Smith

no address published

1957-1958

n/a

Nevitt Sanford

no address published

1952-1953

n/a

Dorwin Cartwright

no address published

1951-1952

n/a

Stuart Cook

no address published

1943-1944

n/a

Gordon Allport

no address published

 


Research that produces nothing but books will not suffice.
                                                                                                                    - Kurt Lewin