Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI April 20, 2018
On the Blogs
News and Commentary On Starbucks and IAT and Diversity Training
In the News
Why you should blog about your research. My talk for @BPSOfficial #psyresearchday included shout-outs to science blogging hall-of-famers @edyong209 @Neuro_Skeptic @mocost @mkonnikova et al https://t.co/Q4FUmq5zWT— Christian Jarrett (@Psych_Writer) April 16, 2018
Shout-out to the typos that make it through three rounds of content edits, copyedits, and two rounds of proofreading. I am inspired by your dedication and tenacity.— Tahra Seplowin (@calixofcoffee) April 17, 2018
"It can't just be this one-day training ... this isn't a Pandora's Box you open for the day." -- @CalvinKLai, professor of psychological and brain sciences at Washington University on Starbucks racial-bias training. https://t.co/TJLJHayDxt @KQEDForum— Monica Campbell (@monica_campbell) April 18, 2018
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