Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI April 5, 2019
Strength, humility, and nostalgia: What's inside our minds, and what's going on with others, in this week's edition. Read on for the latest in social and personality psychology news and research. Recently in the news, written a post, or have selections you'd like us to consider? Email us, use the hashtag #SPSPblog, or tweet us directly @spspnews.
On the Blogs
Are You Hitting Your Limit, or Getting Stronger? The Power of Reinterpreting Mental Effort via Character & Context
Can Algorithms Reduce Racial Bias Rather Than Embed It? via Nonprofit Quarterly
Happy Wife Equals Long Life? via The Social Thinker
Are You ‘Virtue Signaling’? via The New York Times
In the News
How Can You Make Mentoring More Effective? via Chicago Booth Magazine
Inside The Minds Of The Mega-Rich via 1A / WAMU
What to Do When You’re Bored With Your Routines via The New York Times
Social Media May Have Impacted Elections Less Than Believed via PsychCentral
What Triggers Nostalgia? Feelings of Unhappiness, Study Finds via MedicalXpress
I really feel like I should be able to put each email I respond to on my cv— Kate Marvel (@DrKateMarvel) April 3, 2019
Hear about Stanford Psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt's research and her upcoming book "Biased" in her own words -- in this interview by Trevor Noah for The Daily Show.https://t.co/j1FyJNQZmL— Clayman Institute (@Clayman_Inst) April 1, 2019
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