Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI March 8, 2019
What's on your "to-do" list this week? How to have a productive argument? Combat stress? Read on for the latest in social and personality psychology news and research. 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
How to Have Productive Disagreements About Politics and Religion via Character & Context
A Danish Word the World Needs To Combat Stress: Pyt via The Conversation
To Get Companies to Take Action on Social Issues, Emphasize Morals, Not the Business Case via Harvard Business Review
In the News
How the Stanford Prison Experiment Gave Us the Wrong Idea About Evil via Prospect Magazine
The Least Politically Prejudiced Place in America via The Atlantic
Witty Women Are Less Likely To Get Promoted Than Men via Pacific Standard
I always pack gym clothes when I go to conferences, but never actually make it to conference hotel gyms. I thought making a public commitment might induce me to change my behavior so here it is: starting today, I will no longer pack gym clothes for conferences. #icps19paris— Neil Lewis, Jr. (@NeilLewisJr) March 5, 2019
Had a great time presenting research findings at SPSP'19- Psychology of Language @SPSPnews in Portland, US! https://t.co/oXRXrO0ncZ— Fabon Dzogang (@faabom) March 2, 2019
Many thanks again to Ryan L. Boyd for organising! @Boydible @jwpennebaker @UTAustinNews
Highlights - https://t.co/FP01yDFoqb #NLP #emotionAI pic.twitter.com/0aCqqHeCLL
Nice article about preregistration leading to better cumulative evidence! When nulls are part of the literature, we get an unbiased picture of what scientists are really finding.https://t.co/RBT34AdZZJ— Alex Danvers (@Alex_Danvers) March 8, 2019
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