Character  &  Context

Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI March 8, 2019

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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. 

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In the News

Skills From Same-Gender Teen Friendships Impact Later Romantic Satisfaction via PsychCentral

What One Researcher Discovered About America's True Crime Obsession via Forbes

When Sharing Personal Information with Your Colleagues Is a Good Thing via Quartz

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

Black Conservatives Attract White Support When Advocating Against Their In-group’s Interests via PsyPost

Witty Women Are Less Likely To Get Promoted Than Men via Pacific Standard

Your Romantic Partner Is Probably Less Intelligent Than You Think, Suggests New Study via Research Digest

Do You Have a Self-Actualized Personality? Maslow Revisited via Aeon

People Who Read Facebook Article Previews Think They Know More Than They Actually Do via PsyPost

 

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