Social Psychology Toolkits
How can social psychology research be implemented and disseminated for public use? Stanford SPARQ (Social Psychological Answers to Real World Questions) collaborated with the Worldview team* on a toolkit template that could be used to share science-based research with practitioners in fields that ranged from diversity, health, education and economic mobility. We co-designed a collection of 10 web-based toolkits that make sound social-psychological research easy to use. The toolkits comprise simple instructions, activity materials, underlying research summaries, change models, users' stories, and measurement and evaluation protocols.
The Worldview Studio team* worked with SPARQ to produce a templated website and content – that translated the research into step-by-step processes to use social psychology in everyday situations. More research-based toolkits are in the works and published periodically using the toolkit templates.
*Operating as Worldview Stanford
Stanford Social Psychological Answers to Real World Questions