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Psychology News Round-Up (February 20th)

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  • This week Caroline Roux explored whether thinking about scarcity makes people more selfish or more altruistic, and Katharine Greenaway wondered whether Lego cars could reveal keys to effective communication.

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Psychology News Round-Up (February 13th)

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By Dave Nussbaum

Psychology News Round-Up (February 6th)

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Psychology News Round-Up (January 30th)

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Psychology News Round-Up (January 23rd)

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Psychology News Round-Up (January 16th)

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Psychology News Round-Up (January 9th)

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Why the Torture Report Won’t Actually Change Anyone’s Views On Torture

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By Dave Nussbaum

In Time Magazine this week, psychologist Matt Motyl(@mattmotyl) explains the psychology of why the recent torture report isn’t likely to change anyone’s mind:

Psychology News Round-Up (December 12th)

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By Dave Nussbaum

This week on Character and Context, Daniel Effron wrote about how we make a lot of our past good deeds when we anticipate doing something unsavory, and Kaitlin Woolley wrote about some of the psychological benefits of doing what you love.

Psychology News Round-Up (December 5th)

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​By Dave Nussbaum

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