Psychology News Round-Up (January 9th)
By Dave Nussbaum
- This week on the SPSP blog, Joe Tennant explained how people make moral judgments and Sally Dickerson recounted the lessons she learned at the NSF as a rotating program director, a position that you can apply for until January 23rd.
- Arie Kruglanski on the Ticking Time Bomb Dilemma
- Also, don’t miss two new New York Times Op-Eds from this past week. The first is my Katie Milkman (@katy_milkman) and Kevin Volpp, the second by Ariel Malka and Michael Inzlicht (@minzlicht):
If You Want to Meet That Deadline, Play a Trick on Your Mind http://t.co/qt0U1aqoAX— Keith Markman (@MentSIM) January 6, 2015
My list of 10 trends, woven into a story, to explain how our politics became so polarized. WaPo with Sam Abrams. http://t.co/Wm1uI7ZzRU— Jonathan Haidt (@JonHaidt) January 7, 2015
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