Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI May 4, 2018
On the Blogs
In the News
Many political & social psychologists talk about politics when they often mean American politics. Not just on twitter, also in abstracts, conclusions & sometimes throughout articles. We can do better: more emphasis on context/sample details #politicalpsychology #contextmatters— Kristof Dhont (@kristof_dhont) May 1, 2018
When I see students struggling in academia, it’s often linked to mental health issues.— Jay Van Bavel (@jayvanbavel) May 3, 2018
Supporting these students to get the support they need is key to helping them manage stress & achieving their potential.
It’s in everyone’s interest to get this right. https://t.co/1KUT1Rpddy
Pretty funny if you know the Myers Briggs or like making fun of it. Not just saying that because I'm an INFJ.— drrodebaugh (@drrodebaugh) May 2, 2018
Warning: contains satire and naughtiness. https://t.co/w1SRtjMjmG
it is student op-ed season! I ask my students to write an op-ed as the writing assignment for my Psychology of Gender course. They get extra credit if they submit it to a real news outlet https://t.co/arRrhlTfLy— Betsy Levy Paluck (@betsylevyp) May 1, 2018
Incorporating every piece of feedback he received for his paper, the grad student mangles his work beyond recognition. pic.twitter.com/QQgO3nqCP2— Lego Grad Student (@legogradstudent) May 3, 2018
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