Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI May 18, 2018
On the Blogs
"The field of positive psychology has been lambasted in recent years — but let’s not discount the numerous benefits of positive emotions," argues Judith Moskowitz.
In the News
The Academic Vending Machine (AVM). What do you need today? pic.twitter.com/7NTOVkxGX6— RedPen/BlackPen (@redpenblackpen) May 14, 2018
How easily do you trust? Study shows that those who trust indiscriminately are seen as less competent and less moral than those who are more conditional about extending trust @PCalseyde@SPSPnews https://t.co/ArGzpiC7uF pic.twitter.com/PVekhVKmwC— Kent Grayson (@KentGrayson) May 16, 2018
It made me think of this article on how having a supportive partner is even more important as a woman in academia... especially when it comes to having kids https://t.co/visnUZ8ggU— Lea Duran (@LeaDuranVoto) May 14, 2018
So here's the updated table on PhD defense customs. I couldn't fit in all the data suggestions but thanks for the corrections and people who gave complete country info! pic.twitter.com/MZqDZo0ucp— Roger Giner-Sorolla (@RogertheGS) April 25, 2018
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