Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI February 1, 2019
Next week ICMYI takes a two-week break for the SPSP 20th Annual Convention. Get ready for coverage from our team of science writers, and follow along with #SPSP2019.
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On the Blogs
A Fresh Approach to Understanding Sexual Assault: A Conversation with Betsy Levy Paluck via Character & Context
Climate Change and the "Tragedy of the Commons" via The Baltimore Sun
Time for Happiness via Harvard Business Review
How Does Your Childhood Environment Shape Your Preferences As An Adult? via Science Trends
Are You Hitting Your Limit, or Getting Stronger? The Power of Reinterpreting Mental Effort via Behavioral Scientist
Moving House? Don't Treat Others as if They're Disposable via All We Need is Love
In the News
How Preschoolers are Absorbing the Biases of thier Elders via Pacific Standard
'More Unites Us Than Divides Us' Say Researchers via The University of Bath
This Is Your Brain Off Facebook via The New York Times
Americans Take the Pain of Girls Less Seriously Than That of Boys, a New Study Finds via The Washington Post
Why the Myers-Briggs test all those "personality quizzes" are based on is totally meaningless: pic.twitter.com/YKsZDkrejW— Vox (@voxdotcom) January 31, 2019
@SPSPnews schedule has me smiling wide! What's the opposite of schadenfreude? I'm taking joy in seeing so many friends and mentors will be presenting and leading symposia! This thread is just to promote some of their sessions.— Michael H. Pasek (@MikeyPasek) January 28, 2019
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