Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI July 19, 2019
Dissonance, politics, and a change in children's drawings...see what you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology.
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On the Blogs
How Much of This Post Will You Read Before Making Up Your Mind About It? via Character & Context - 1 of 5 new posts
Implicit Bias Puts Lives in Jeopardy. Can Mandatory Training Reduce the Risk? via Los Angeles Times
Why Don’t Politicians Admit When “More Research Is Needed"? via Getting Along and Getting Ahead
How Does Something Become a Moral Issue? via Ulterior Motives
The Psychological Phenomenon that Blinds Trump Supporters to His Racism via The Washington Post
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In the News
Imagination May Be Key to Altruistic Behavior via PsychCentral
Biracial Americans Face Unique Stereotypes, According to a New Study via Pacific Standard
It’s Not Just Trump. Many Whites View People of Color as Less American. via The Washington Post
Attractive Young Females May Have Justice Edge via Scientific American
People Seek Out a Certain Kind of Person When They Are Happy via The Atlantic
Asian Americans see Asian-White biracial people as White. Find out more in my blog post @SPSPnews! Research with @NourKteily and Arnold Ho. #asianamerican #mixedrace #multiracial https://t.co/SkKW205XYF— Jackie Chen (@JackieMChen) July 16, 2019
This PsycShorts Science Video Contest winner from @goldencoach takes us to the kingdom of Palimbo to learn how leaders can use positive emotions to increase productivity!— APA Science (@APAScience) July 19, 2019
Learn more and see all twelve winners here: https://t.co/T6Ki18vo5n pic.twitter.com/NOa1OpPjOe
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