Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI November 16, 2018
From stress to lying to empathy, check out this week's posts and news stories.
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On the Blogs
How Capital Influences Attitudes toward Capital Punishment via Scientific American
How Humor Can Change Your Relationship via The Conversation
In the News
The power of empathy via InPsych (written by Adam Gerace)
Age stereotypes a problem for older employees via PhysOrg
The psychology of how someone becomes radicalized via The Gazette
Eye contact reduces lying via Medical Xpress
Even two-year-olds can tell the difference between a leader and a bully via Research Digest
I'm a little late, but I want to acknowledge and celebrate First Generation College Celebration Day, (11/8)! I am a proud #firstgen student (not professor)! Check out @SPSPnews's #SPSPchat on Being First Gen in Soc/Pers Psychology tune in 11/26! #CelebrateFirstGen #FirstGenUCLA— Dr. Amanda Kay Montoya (@AmandaKMontoya) November 12, 2018
Can't wait for @APAScience's #ThankAScientist week November 26-30! I am honored to be one of their 24 featured #scientists this year! A post featuring me will be out that week in addition to posts about the rest of these amazing researchers! #dukeidlab @DukeU @DukePsychNeuro pic.twitter.com/StobTRFRyD— Sarah Gaither (@sarahegaither) November 16, 2018
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