Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI March 22, 2019
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
Is it Better to Intern at Google or Launch a Start-Up? via Character & Context
Is Comparison Really the Thief of Joy? via Multiple Choice
The Light Triad vs. Dark Triad of Personality via Scientific American Beautiful Minds
In the News
Why Partisanship Changes How People React To Noncontroversial Statements via Hidden Brain (view the original research here)
The Internet Knows You Better Than Your Spouse Does via Scientific American
The Art of Being Single via The Wall Street Journal
Study Finds Rise in Millennial Perfectionism, Parents and Social Media Blamed via Global News Canada
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Brain scans prove that #creativepeople have exclusive access to a distinct piece of real estate in the #prefrontalcortex that is associated with imagining alternative ideas and the future. #socialpsychology @Hal_EH @SPSPnews https://t.co/ubc2tidwac— UCLA Anderson Review (@AndersonReview) March 18, 2019
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