Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI October 27, 2017
On the Blogs
Criticizing a Scientist’s Work Isn’t Bullying. It’s Science. via Slate
“We cannot equate criticism with harassment," writes Simine Vazire.
A Study Used Sensors to Show That Men and Women Are Treated Differently at Work via HBR
Stephen Turban, Laura Freeman, and Ben Waber on recent research into gender bias in the workplace.
The Best Way to Deal with Failure via The Conversation
Selin Malkoc asks, “Could deciding to focus on the negative emotions associated with failure lead to thoughts about self-improvement – and, with time, actual improvement?”
An Editorial in Nature points out Permanent jobs in academia are scarce, and someone needs to let PhD students know.
Cass Sunstein on nudging, ethics, and behavior change.
In the News
'In principle it is complicity': The Social Psychology of Sexual Violence via Deutsche Welle
"This paper is special because the authors don’t make snarky comments about the original paper or author." Be Nice https://t.co/bORgEmdatq— Lorne Campbell (@LorneJCampbell) October 26, 2017
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