Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI September 21, 2018
This week: deep dives on micro-cheating, personality types and the 'real you.' See what else you may have missed online.
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On the Blogs
In the News
Personality traits may help predict holiday spending via PsychCentral
Walter Mischel, 88, psychologist famed for marshmallow test, dies via The New York Times
What is 'micro-cheating'? And does it really count? via NBC News
Do you dehumanize members of groups you don’t like? via Psychology Today
Why you don't really have a 'type' via BBC Future
The danger of judging scientists by what they discover via Scientific American
Black space, white blindness via Slate
Scientists identify four personality types via The Washington Post
Can you spot dishonesty in a politician’s face? via PsychCentral
Are Trump's tweets self-defeating? via Pacific Standard
Personality folks, what do you think of this? https://t.co/cTRQoDIC2n Seeing it making the rounds on Facebook and unsure what to think. @hardsci, @siminevazire, @TanjaMGerlach, @rlucas11, @JnfrLTackett, @BrentWRoberts, @jinxgoh etc.— Crystal Steltenpohl (@CNSteltenpohl) September 18, 2018
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