Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI October 19, 2018
The growth mindset and empathy figure prominently this week. See what else you may have missed online.
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On the Blogs
Could There be a Dark Side to a Growth Mindset? via Character & Context
The Power of a Hug Can Help You Cope with Conflict via Character & Context
A Cooperative Revolution in Psychology via The Chronicle of Higher Education
How to Build Empathy in People, from a Psychologist’s Trip to the Hospital via Your Brain at Work
Can You Quantify Awe? via Scientific American
In the News
Virtual reality may encourage empathic behavior via Medical Xpress
What are we like? 10 psychology findings that reveal the worst of human nature via Research Digest
Why do people stay when a hurricane comes? via The New York Times
Are siblings more important than parents? via The Atlantic
Is it better to be like your partner? via BBC Future
Trigger warnings: Emotional benefit or alerts without purpose? via Medical Daily
You lead differently when you want to be liked via Psychology Today
When ignoring your spouse can help your relationship via Medical Xpress
Here's why the internet has made us lonelier than ever via Psychology Today
My co-author Kristin Dukes was interviewed in this piece that featured some of our work about media portrayals of shooting victims "The Hate U Give’ explores the media’s role in perpetuating harmful stereotypes about black victims" via @mic https://t.co/5QJj5Is338— Sarah Gaither (@sarahegaither) October 9, 2018
Gender differences in social preferences (aspects of psychology) expand with rising wealth and greater gender equality. Data from 80,000 people in 76 countries... https://t.co/209FBzfLR0 pic.twitter.com/gPT7OWggoF— Joe Henrich (@JoHenrich) October 18, 2018
New: Our Most Significant Episode Ever. We share our thoughts and feelings about p-values https://t.co/uU8YqXzGb0— The Black Goat (@blackgoatpod) October 17, 2018
'Loneliness minister' proposed to tackle Australian social isolation https://t.co/9iaeA5CHvH— Jolanda (@jetten_j) October 19, 2018
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