Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI June 29, 2018
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If you're tired of apologizing for replying to emails in a less than timely fashion, I suggest thanking the other person for their patience instead.— Kevin R Burgio PhD (@KRBurgio) June 26, 2018
I don't think we need to apologize for prioritizing other things in our work and life above email. #phdchat
My brother's keeper—sibling bonds offset effects of fighting parentshttps://t.co/885y2DmWlE@UofR @DandC @WXXINews @mmackmedia @PsychToday @PsychScience @BuzzFeedNews @medicaldaily @ScienceDaily1 @NewsfromScience @sciam @ScienceDaily @SPSPnews@Discovery— Sandra Knispel UofR (@SandraKnispel) June 22, 2018
My #dukeidlab on skype with Felix Wu who is our @SPSPnews summer SPUR student from @RiceUniversity! Felix is disabled and is pushing our lab to think about intersections with #race, #gender and #disability. He will present a poster here @DukeU in two weeks! #diversity #mentoring pic.twitter.com/O0N5EHvYKl— Sarah Gaither (@sarahegaither) June 27, 2018
#SIPS2018 was a lot of fun! It was great seeing so many Tweeps in real life. My most important contribution was perhaps making a GIF with @beercatphd. Hopefully the start of a series of #OpenScienceGIF. You can now download it here: https://t.co/mYoGKPukQW #CaptionThis pic.twitter.com/UMCmvL4krh— Dr. Jin X. Goh (@jinxgoh) June 27, 2018
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