Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI May 10, 2019
Mud mountains, charitable giving, and the royal baby all make an appearance in this week's roundup. See what else you may have missed in the world of personality and social psychology. Recently in the news, written a post, or have selections you'd like us to consider? Email us, use the hashtag #SPSPblog, or tweet us directly @spspnews.
On the Blogs
Why You Shouldn’t Tell Your Kids They’re Smart or Talented via Character & Context - 1 of 5 new posts
Spreading the Wealth: The Preference to Distribute Donations via Behavioral Scientist
In the News
Real men don't learn other languages via Pacific Standard
Study busts myths about gossip via Medical Xpress
After Words with Jennifer Eberhardt via CSPAN Book TV
Why You Need a Network of Low-Stakes, Casual Friendships via New York Times
The most racist people are also the most likely to underestimate their racism via Pacific Standard
Being royal while Black [Audio story] via NPR / WAMU Radio
Finishing a PhD is like finishing a group project where your partner made a ton of mistakes at the beginning of the assignment. Except your partner is just you 4 years ago.— John M. Mola (@_JohnMola) May 6, 2019
EVEN in med school clinical evaluations, men are "scientific" while women are "lovely."— Bethany Brookshire (@BeeBrookshire) May 6, 2019
Minorities? Are "pleasant." Great. https://t.co/Y7BRvLOPXg
Postdoc, incoming faculty, and new faculty folk: there's some great advice being dolled out on new faculty life via the @SPSPnews #SPSPchat thread. @rogers_k8, @teriakirby, and @andrewabeytaPhD are dishing some serious wisdom--check it out !https://t.co/hiTgBVDDBD— John Sakaluk (@JohnSakaluk) May 7, 2019
An off-handed tweet about my dog's water dish has now been read more than all of my academic work combined. https://t.co/Tbs8WoZBMX— Samantha Joel (@datingdecisions) May 8, 2019
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