Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI June 28, 2019
See what you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology. ICYMI is taking a break next week, but will be back for July 12th!
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On the Blogs
Breaking a Date with the Grim Reaper: People Sometimes Postpone Their Death Dates via Character & Context - 1 of 5 new posts
Democrats and Republicans Are Very Bad At Guessing Each Other's Beliefs via the Washington Post
Don't Make this Mistake When Watching the Democratic Debates via Daily Kos (written by SPSP Op-Ed Recipient Jennifer Beer)
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In the News
Study: How arousal impacts physiological synchrony in relationships via University of Colorado
Exposure to others' suffering even worse than being shot at via Medical Xpress
Bystander effect: Famous psychology result could be completely wrong via New Scientist
Spending two hours per week in nature brings bountiful benefits, study finds via Medical Xpress
Do debates change voters' minds? Here's what the research says. via Pacific Standard
Final shout out to thank @SPSPnews @daviddesteno @TheOpEdProject @lfcarrasco for mentorship on my DailyKos piece. It provides a solution for a common mistake made by viewers of political debates. #DemDebate https://t.co/1Iy2dLVnce— J Beer (@jbintheATX) June 26, 2019
With the generous support from @SPSPnews, we are able to sponsor several undergraduates, graduates, and postdocs to attend a workshop entitled Preempting Racial Biases in Early Childhood. Details below. Please RT! @Beyond_Conflict pic.twitter.com/la1iDlV4Ks— Samantha Moore-Berg (@smooreberg) June 26, 2019
It’s vacation time! pic.twitter.com/WJnn9mvwd7— Jay Van Bavel (@jayvanbavel) June 27, 2019
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