Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI May 25, 2018
On the Blogs
"Dehumanization is associated with hostility and antagonistic behavior, and it's not the same as dislike," writes Emile Bruneau.
Academic leaders must audit departments for flaws and strengths, then tailor practices to build good behaviour, say C. K. Gunsalus and Aaron D. Robinson.
Ambiguity in expectations and evaluations harms progress, say Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton and colleagues.
In the News
Hello from the European Association of Social Psychology! We'll share up-to-date news on EASP events, meetings, publications, research and more ... Also, tnx to the Granada GM Team for reuse of the account. #twitterRelaunch #FirstNewTweet #socialpsych @SocialPsych @SPSPnews— EASP (@easpinfo) May 22, 2018
Excited to release our first animated vlog! Combines the research from our @SocialRelateLab with the awesome work of illustrator, Heather Sinclair (aka: craftsygirl). https://t.co/4iiczhB55q #bully #CyberBullying #psychology #Science #research #schools— H. C. Sinclair (@MSUSocialPsy) May 23, 2018
Do you say NO enough?— Anton Pottegård (@APottegard) May 22, 2018
As a young researcher, there is always ten other projects / ideas / study questions begging to be adressed. But we need to stay strong. Just say no! Here's 8 tricks that I use myself! I hope they can be useful to someone out there... pic.twitter.com/70oFXE9Dft
Have you ever gotten into one of those mental loops where you keep thinking about an event and imagining a different ending? Psychologist Kathleen Vohs of @umnews says that's known as counterfactual thinking. | Listen: Rewinding & Rewriting - https://t.co/bJuH87x0xd pic.twitter.com/jo8ZiZE0Zk— Hidden Brain (@HiddenBrain) May 22, 2018
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