Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI January 4, 2019
Bias, relationships, and resolutions dominate our first roundup of 2019.
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On the Blogs
What Are You? How Racial Ambiguity Impacts Social Interactions via Science Trends
There’s a Reason Many Voters Have Negative Views of Warren—But the Press Won’t Tell You Why via The Atlantic Ideas
Why We Want To Build a Machine That Can Predict a Person’s Attractiveness via The Conversation
From the News Center
In the News
What We Learned in 2018: Science via The New York Times
The 5 Years That Changed Dating via The Atlantic
What Research Says About Sticking To New Year's Resolutions via Pacific Standard
The Unbearable Heaviness of Clutter via The New York Times
How Children Interact with Digital Media via The Economist
Use science to keep your New Year’s resolutions - here’s how... https://t.co/6y9M7EGS9K— Katherine Milkman (@katy_milkman) January 1, 2019
Hello, I'm a professor in a movie, I only reach the main point of my lecture right as class is ending. Then I yell at students about the reading / homework as they leave.— Rory Turnbull (@_roryturnbull) January 1, 2019
Coming to #SPSP2019? Whether it’s your first time or it’s been a while, join us Tuesday, January 22nd from 1:00-2:00pm EST for an #SPSPchat on Making the Most of Convention with @jdremedios, @JimACEverett, and @JackieMChen. pic.twitter.com/abYMFusZaC— SPSP (@SPSPnews) January 3, 2019
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