Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI September 28, 2018
In the news this week, we have some varying takes on grit. See what else you may have missed online.
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On the Blogs
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In the News
Being vulnerable seems better when someone else does it via Psychology Today
When loyalty trumps honesty: Judging loyal lies via Cornell Chronicle
Researchers have identified a new personality type. Chances are you’ve had it via Science Magazine
This is your brain on Tinder via Refinery29
Your fear of confrontation is probably unfounded via The Cut
Working remotely is not necessarily stress-free via PsychCentral
Won't you be my climate-conscious neighbor? via Pacific Standard
How to give up your cake – and eat it, too via Research Digest
Take a step back from yourself to better realize the benefits of awe via Medical Xpress
Want to seem more likable? Try this via New York Times
“Not now, honey. Daddy is arguing on the internet with strangers about p-values.” pic.twitter.com/Ath3m6BVql— Jay Van Bavel (@jayvanbavel) September 20, 2018
Pumped to announce our special issue of J Res Personality entirely devoted to Registered Reports! Send new ideas for how we can promote the RR mechanism in ind diff research, outside-the-box thinking encouraged! w @syeducation @SaraWeston90 @StuartJRitchie https://t.co/DDCfKYggUh— Jennifer Tackett (@JnfrLTackett) September 25, 2018
Applying for a Ph.D.? Here are 10 tips can help you succeed. Prof. @NeilLewisJr and collaborators @junegruber & @jayvanbavel offer advice for early career scientists in this month's @scicareersltys https://t.co/MRSJk4ryfS— Cornell CALS (@CornellCALS) September 26, 2018
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