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Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI August 24, 2018

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This week: Two different perspectives on growth mindset interventions and more coverage of the bot hoopla. See what else you may have missed online.

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Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI November 17, 2017

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Each week, we recap featured posts from Character & Context and other blogs around the cyberspace, plus news stories and tweets worth a look.
 
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A Winning Face Depends on the Culture of the Voter

A recent social psychology study shines a light on how cultural differences affect what voters judge and value most in the facial appearance of potential leaders.

Babies Named for Fathers But Not Mothers Reflect U.S. Cultural Ideologies

From Cal Ripkin, Jr., to MLK to Robert Downey, Jr., finding men named after their fathers is easy. Children named after men in the family – with so-called patronyms – are common around the world. But what about matronymns – names for a mother or grandmother?

Rebuffing Racial Insults: How Culture Shapes Our Behavior

The color of our skin or where we come does matter when it comes to how we react to a racist insult.

Young Children Learn About Prejudice by Instruction, Older Children by Experience

For a 6-year-old, one of the most powerful educational tools may be direct instruction, according to new research on how children learn about prejudice.

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