Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI March 1, 2019
This week's roundup includes more discussion on relationships, a critique of research, and a few other gems. 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
Think You Love Your Valentine? What’s Beneath the Surface May Be More Complicated via Character & Context
In the News
Young Children May See Nationality as Biological, New Study Suggests via New York University
Left Out: Researcher Probes the Pain of Ostracism via Medical Xpress
Our Partners Can Help Us Find Silver Linings via PsychCentral
Do Sadists Feel Sad After Inflicting Pain? UK Grad Reveals Intriguing Results via University of Kentucky
Face It. Our Faces Don't Always Reveal Our True Emotions via Medical Xpress
Can Listening To Music Impair Creativity? via Medical Daily
Congratulations to @nytopinion editor James Ryerson, who won the @SPSPnews Media Award for Excellence in Science Journalism! https://t.co/7dDRDjxpEw He edits the Gray Matter series: https://t.co/I1R0XjArcM pic.twitter.com/hfGkpRZupb— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) February 23, 2019
omg that Ari's song...— Thuy-vy Nguyen, Ph.D. (@thuyvytnguyen) February 22, 2019
Thought I'd end up w JPSP
But it wasn't a match
Cut it shorter for PsychSci
Now I read it and laugh
Even almost got reviewed
And for JESP, I’m so thankful
Wish I could say, "Thank you" to SPPS
'Cause editor was an angel
Thk u next. Thank u next next...
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