Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI August 16, 2019
Cabbage rolls, water bottles, and disappointment: See what you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology in this week's ICYMI roundup.
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On the Blogs
The Challenge and Risk of Seeing Problems as Clinical Disorders via Character & Context - 1 of 5 new posts
The Cabbage Roll Epiphany: Our Best Chance at Depolarizing the United States via The Big Think (by SPSP Op-ed recipient Kurt Gray)
Women Aren’t Better Multitaskers than Men – They’re Just Doing More Work via The Conversation
One Size Doesn’t Have to Fit All via Behavioral Scientist
In the News
Individuals are swayed by their peers, leading to more severe punishments via Brown University
Personality types may be useful in security training via Decipher
Lie to me: Liars harder to detect than most believe via Study Finds
How partisan news can impact political beliefs via PsychCentral
As part of the @SPSPnews climate impact committee, we put together a tool to easily evaluate air travel emissions of a conference or institution and to explore meeting locations that reduce travel:https://t.co/103UZ9tRHt— Leor Hackel (@leorhackel) August 15, 2019
“Every person with a career you’d kill for has had countless disappointments. In fact, the more successful they are, the more rejections they’ve had.”— Jen Heemstra (@jenheemstra) August 16, 2019
This column is one of the best takes on rejection that I’ve read! https://t.co/8fSVbaCIca
How often do you need to clean your office water bottle? https://t.co/VeCfV0rIzr— Science of Us (@thescienceofus) August 16, 2019
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