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Outside the Academy: Forging Meaningful Partnerships for Conducting Field Experiments

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For personality and social psychologists, the entire world can be a laboratory.  Customer-facing businesses represent near unlimited possibilities to apply psychological insights and experimentally test interventions. But how can social and personality psychology researchers form the critical partnerships that allow for such mutually beneficial collaborations?

Addressing Pervasive Biases in Academia

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The current requirements for diversity training at universities fall short of addressing the pervasive gender, racial, and ethnic biases in academia.

Changing People's Behavior: From Reducing Bullying to Training Scientists

San Diego, CA -- If you want to change how teenagers view bullying, go to the straight to the source of most school trends: the most connected crowd. According to new intervention research, targeting the most influential students in a school could be a key factor in reducing harassment and bullying.