Character  &  Context

Psychology News Round-Up (May 30th)

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By Dave Nussbaum

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In personal news, I’m going to be taking a short leave of absence from the SPSP blog soon, with a new arrival in the family (be careful, apparently it’s contagious). You’ll be in good hands, though, as I’m very pleased to announce that Eric Horowitz (@EricHorow) will be taking over as interim blogger. Eric is one of my favorite psychology bloggers, he writes for Pacific Standard magazine (you can read two of his excellent recent pieces here and here), and he’ll be starting as a Social Psychology graduate student at USC in the fall.

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