SRP Statement of Solidarity and Action

Mental health professionals have long understood that structural racism and inequities are highly detrimental to mental health and well-being. Systemic racism affects our work and our mission directly through the intergenerational and historical traumas impacting our patients, research participants, students, and ourselves. As an organization we are not immune from the historical inequities baked into American society and it is past due for us not only to acknowledge these inequities and our part in furthering them, but also to take action to correct them.

Please see our full statement expressing our commitment to the principles of equity and inclusion, released Juneteenth 2020.

About the Society

The Society for Research in Psychopathology (SRP) is an organization of established psychopathology researchers. Learn more about our organization and our commitment to the science of psychopathology.

Past Meetings

The program for the 2019 meeting for the Society for Research in Psychopathology will be available soon, together with archived programs from past years. Please stay tuned. 

Future SRP Meetings

The next SRP meeting will be held virtually, September 23-26, 2021. The registration portal is now open! 


Click here to view information about our Membership Application Process. We welcome your application and we look forward to continuing to grow our community.



Our Resources page offers resources known to the Society that may be helpful for members and individuals interested in learning more about psychopathology.

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SRP 2021

Our 2021 meeting is going virtual!

A message from our President, Dr. Wendy Heller:

Our 2021 meeting will be held on an online/virtual platform from Thursday, September 23rd through Sunday, September 26th 2021. The registration portal is now open! (See Annual Meeting tabs above).

I am confident that we will be able to host a great online conference and that our society will emerge from these unusual past months more vibrant and relevant than ever. I am excited for all the ground-breaking innovations being developed by the Task Force on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and look forward to seeing some of those rolling out soon (stay tuned).

I hope that you will all participate in making this a great meeting. Although I will miss the in person camaraderie, I look forward to “seeing” you all in September.

Wendy Heller

President, SRP
Professor and Head
Psychology Department, University of Illinois

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