Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI October 4, 2019
See what you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology in this week's ICYMI roundup.
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On the Blogs
The Global Self-Judgment Paradox in Student Performance via Character and Context
Empathy: A Word with Too Many Meanings via Character and Context
A Different Kind of Identity via Character and Context
Gender and Conversation: Why are Women More “In Synch” Than Men? via Character and Context
The Appeal of Sexism to the Romantically Insecure via Character and Context
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Opinion: The Science Behind How Trump Turns Our Unfounded Fears into a Potent Political Weapon via The Los Angeles Times
Could Climate Change Fuel the Rise of Right-wing Nationalism? via The Conversation
On SPSP News
In the News
Your Level Of “Planfulness” Could Determine How Often You Visit The Gym via Research Digest
The Most Dangerous Way to Lose Yourself via The Atlantic
The Underdog Effect via The Psychologist
Study Suggests that Many Conflicts Could be Avoided with More Deliberation via University of Chicago
Excited for this chance to talk about making people happier, healthier, and wealthier and to hear about how others are taking behavioral science careers beyond the lab! @IrrationalLabs @advncdhindsight https://t.co/MR6OLF3Nov— Lindsay Juarez (@lindsaypjuarez) September 25, 2019
When I’m lecturing and the entire class randomly starts writing in my mind I’m like, “Oh shit, did I say something important”.— Corey J. Miles (@CoreyMiles__) October 1, 2019
Taking a quick break from writing to thank @SPSPnews for this wonderful honor. Thrilled to join the tremendous group of writers who've won this prize in past years. The timing seems suspiciously inspired to get me to pick up the pace on my book, so signing off to do just that pic.twitter.com/9Y0Br6RSbx— Maria Konnikova (@mkonnikova) September 26, 2019
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