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Psychology News Round-Up (December 5th)

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​By Dave Nussbaum

Psychology News Round-Up (November 21st)

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Psychology News Round-Up (November 14th)

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Psychology News Round-Up (November 7th)

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Who Belongs in Business? Implications of Organizational Lay Theories of Intelligence for Women’s Experiences in Companies

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By Katherine Emerson and Mary Murphy

A person surveying the leadership of corporate America would undoubtedly notice that women are still hard to find. According to a recent count, women comprise around 15% of board members and executive officers in the Fortune 500 even though they make up about half of the American workforce (Catalyst, 2012). Yet, gender discrimination has been legally prohibited for decades. So why are women still missing from corporate leadership positions?

Psychology News Round-Up (October 3rd)

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By Dave Nussbaum

Psychology News Round-Up (October 10th)

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By Dave Nussbaum

  • Stéphane Côté (@StephaneCoteTO) and Michael Kraus (@mwkraus) wrote an op-ed in the Sunday NYT on their research about the divide between classes and the difficulty of bridging that gap socially, as well as an intervention that can help overcome it.

Psychology News Round-Up (October 17th)

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By Dave Nussbaum

  • On Monday, Erika Salomon (@ecsalomon) wrote about theInherence Heuristic, which may underlie various effects in psychology, including system justification and the correspondence bias.

Psychology News Round-Up (October 24th)

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By Dave Nussbaum

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