Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI September 7, 2018
This week's round-up includes an op-ed on the power of colloboration and integrated thinking. See what else you may have missed online.
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On the Blogs
In the News
The five dimensions of curiosity via Harvard Business Review
Study finds you act most like 'you' in a time crunch via Medical Xpress
A doctor’s reassurance speeds healing from an allergic reaction via Stanford News
The profound importance of having “couples friends” via Fatherly
To cope with stress, try learning something new via Harvard Business Review
How power changes the CEO brain via CNN Money
A spendthrift 5-year-old? Researchers say yes via The Wall Street Journal
Helping others is good for you, especially when your target is specific via Medical Daily
Urban Meyer, Ohio State football, and how leaders ignore unethical behavior via Harvard Business Review
Could open marriages save monogamy? via Fatherly
This is the age when your self-esteem peaks via The Cut
The God of small things via Medical Xpress
When is it ok to tell a well-meaning lie? via Harvard Business review
To cultivate a mindfulness practice, you need to do just that: Practice via Behavioral Scientist
People really underestimate the power of saying 'thank you' via Medical Daily
Radical open-access plan could spell end to journal subscriptions https://t.co/919jn7Wx1X— Brent W. Roberts (@BrentWRoberts) September 4, 2018
"Going to the doctor is largely a psychological experience." New MBL research with @karismatically out in @JournalGIM covered here https://t.co/7chFpVSKI6 via @Stanford. @nih @rwjf @Atul_Gawande @stanfordsparq— Alia J. Crum, PhD (@AliaCrum) September 4, 2018
At the #SolidBordeaux2018 workshop (@hansijzerman) we've been hacking together a list of free software to facilitate open science. Check it out, spread the word, & feel free to add to it! https://t.co/M3BkKC8MiH pic.twitter.com/gc0NsrNFs8— Michèle Nuijten (@MicheleNuijten) September 6, 2018
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