Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI May 17, 2019
Having enough time, selfies, and trust all make an appearance in this week's roundup. See what else you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology. 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
Entitled People - What to Expect and How to Deal With Them via Character & Context
Why We Love People, Places, and Things That Resemble Us via Character & Context
In the News
What does it mean to be ‘ready’ for a relationship? via The Atlantic
Why you never seem to have enough time via The Greater Good
Scientist selfies bring a smile via Cosmos
Attention young people: This narcissism study is all about you via The New York Times
.@SPSPnews just made nominations for annual awards easier (at least for the SAGE Young Scholar Award). Only need name, email, and 1-2 sentences! Deadline is coming up (June 1)! This is our chance to increase the diversity of the award recipients! https://t.co/1cIdwzUgFy https://t.co/OPC9WPy9xl— Jin X. Goh | 吴晋勋 (@jinxgoh) May 15, 2019
Cool article: a new scale for measuring the resistance to change component of liberal-conservative ideology https://t.co/8qrbGdSPOW @PolPsychKent @SPSPnews @Journal_PoPs @PolPsyISPP @PolPsy @PsychScience @APSAtweets— John T. Jost (@JohnJost1) May 16, 2019
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