Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI July 12, 2019
From tech to tv shows, see what you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology.
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On the Blogs
Parents: Disconnecting from Your Phone Can Increase Connection with Your Kids via Character & Context - 1 of 5 new posts
What Game of Thrones Reveals about Moral Decision-Making via Scientific American (coauthored by SPSP Op-Ed grant recipient Molly Crockett)
Moral science confirms people behave better when they think they’re being watched via The Conversation
From SPSP News Center
In the News
The Better-Than-Average Effect from 1985 to Today via Psychology Today
What Are the Solutions to Political Polarization? via Greater Good Magazine
Why We See What We Want to See via Psychology Today
Want to Be Less Racist? Move to Hawaii via The New York Times
OMG when Obama tweets about your lab's research... https://t.co/U1KFXpBUYX— Chanel Meyers (@chanelkmeyers) July 3, 2019
How can social psychologists use #bigdata in their work? Interesting @SPSPNews interview on challenges, benefits & experiences with@JanaBerkessel (PhD student University of Mannheim),— Tobias Wingen (@WingenTobias) July 4, 2019
Nina Wang (PhD student @UofT), and
Babak Hemmatian (PhD student @BrownUniversity). https://t.co/T6VRg3WCFo
Thanks @SPSPnews for writing this really important piece on dealing with #rejection in our field. Some of these quotes from prominent scholars in our field really resonated with me, so had to share! And remember, we all get rejected!! https://t.co/fuNdaAcuXx pic.twitter.com/7XgAN0iO8C— Sarah Gaither (@sarahegaither) July 9, 2019
It’s vacation time! pic.twitter.com/WJnn9mvwd7— Jay Van Bavel (@jayvanbavel) June 27, 2019
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