Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI June 22, 2018
On the Blogs
New research has disturbing implications, write Cameron Brick and Sander van der Linden
From the SPSP News Center
New research from Alison Ledgerwood, Cheryl Wakslak, Amber Sanchez,and Heather Rees, appears in Social Psychological and Personality Science.
In the News
If you missed my interview with Dr. Brenda Major for Out of the Lab @ SPSP 2018 you can watch it here.— Keith Maddox (@MaddBlackProf) June 17, 2018
See why she considers herself an "accidental social psychologist". And maybe see a little bit of yourself in her story. @SPSPmtg @SPSPnews https://t.co/wRzClZK0iD
I'm thrilled to say I've been awarded my first (tiny) independent research grant! ($1,000 from SPSP to study individual differences in stereotypes.) Highly recommend the SPSP Small Grant scheme: https://t.co/mRT3iEEzGU— Jackie Thompson (@NeuroJackie) June 19, 2018
Now to get cracking on that pre-registration...@SPSPnews
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