Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI December 13, 2019
See what you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology on this week's ICYMI roundup.
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On the Blogs and OpEds
Unconscious Bias Depends Partly on Race and Partly on Status via Character and Context
Only Children are Not So Different After All via Character and Context
There’s No Place Like Home … Unless It’s Crowded via Character and Context
The Psychological and Social Importance of Postures During Worship via Character and Context
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Gendered Division of Labor Served a Purpose. To Make Progress, Don’t Erase It. Replace It. via Behavioral Scientist
“Further Exploration Needed in Women”—the Hidden Sexism in Scientific Research via Behavioral Scientist
In the News
Eureka moments have a “Dark Side”: They can make false facts seem Ttue via Research Digest
In a split second, clothes make the man more competent in the eyes of others via Princeton University
Me me me! How narcissism changes throughout life via Michigan State
asked my social psych students to come up with some memes for extra credit again this year, and they did not disappoint. get in, losers. pic.twitter.com/WzvFWJ68mG— ana gantman (@ana_gram_) December 13, 2019
i still think my favourite thing that's ever happened to me on the internet is the time a guy said "people change their minds when you show them facts" and I said "actually studies show that's not true" and linked TWO sources and he said "yeah well I still think it works"— Catherine na Nollag (@cafernblue) December 10, 2019
Lots of talk about the SPSP survey about the job market. It's worth reading, but please be thoughtful when using the results to make suggestions. The associations they found shouldn't always be turned into prescriptions of what people should do. 1/https://t.co/BAlDZyN6F9— Andrew Smith (@AndrewRSmith) December 13, 2019
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