Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI October 18, 2019
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 and OpEds
Unconscious and Unaccountable: What Happens When We Attribute Discrimination to Implicit Bias? via Character and Context
Are Parents Happier Than People Without Children? The Answer Depends on Whether You’re a Mom or a Dad via Character and Context
Ants, Like People, Prefer Things for Which They’ve Had to Work Hard via Character and Context
What Makes People Think That an Action is Morally Wrong? via Character and Context
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Curious Kids: Why Do Old People Hate New Music? via The Conversation
Who Supports Diversity Policies? It Depends on the Policy via Harvard Business Review
Is Moral Relativism Really a Problem? Via Scientific American
On SPSP News
In the News
Podcast: Screaming into the void: How outrage is hijacking our culture, and our minds via Hidden Brain
Children associate white, but not black, men with 'brilliant' stereotype, new study finds via New York University
The self-confidence tipping point via The Atlantic
Good habits, bad habits: A conversation with Wendy Wood via Behavioral Scientist
To better understand racial trauma, expert says we must also acknowledge skin tone via University of Missouri
Happy spouse, healthy you via Health Day
How partisan hate leads people to believe lies via PsychCentral
Loving this new @SPSPnews video featuring stellar scientists and awesome colleagues (some of whom I'm lucky enough to know!) on why personality psychology is so exciting. brb, making this the default intro in my future classes and lab orientations...https://t.co/7uQUU1KnxC— Kat Duggan, PhD (@drkatnaps) October 17, 2019
A moral psychology professor is both a principal investigator *and* a principle investigator.— Nina Strohminger (@NinaStrohminger) October 17, 2019
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