Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI November 9, 2018
A busy news week means relevant material ahead; read what you may have missed online.
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On the Blogs
People’s Notions of a Perfect Life are Surprisingly Modest via Character & Context
Social Interactions in the Context of Income Inequality via Social Creatures
The Neuroscience of Revenge via The Harm Done
On the Board, ‘Twokenism’ Is the New Tokenism via The Washington Post
In the News
The Problem With "Type A" Personalities via BBC Capital
How Rants On Social Media Can Come Back To Haunt You via EurekAlert
The Social Power of the 'I voted' Sticker via Fox 5 News
The Upside of Feeling Bad via The New York Times
How Verbal Fillers Could Be Harming Your Career Prospects via Silicon Republic
We still have a few months, but watching Portlandia has me excited for #spsp2019 in Portland!— Chris Holden (@profcjholden) November 6, 2018
In a scientific career that spans 25 years, I’ve only once experienced a result that was the exact opposite of what I believed was a very strong hypothesis. It caused me a crisis at the time but in retrospect it was the best thing that’s happened to me professionally. https://t.co/owmTunhLzm— Jim Coan (@jimcoan) November 9, 2018
Behind every ‘paper accepted’ tweet is a pile of rejections that you never see pic.twitter.com/gS7rsZGhEb— Dan Quintana (@dsquintana) November 9, 2018
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