Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI November 17, 2017
On the Blogs
"As much as we like spending time with our friends, is working with them in a group really good for our performance?," asks Nadira Faber.
How to Be More Persuasive – According To Science via The Conversation
“If you want to get something from someone – you should give them something yourself,” writes Harriet Dempsey-Jones.
Explaining the Global Rise of “Dominance” Leadership via Scientific American
Niro Sivanathan, Hemant Kakkar examined findings from evolutionary, social, and political psychology to understand when and why such leaders are voted into power.
From the SPSP News Center
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In the News
Does Male-ness Lead to Sexual Assault and Harassment? via Detroit Today
Hate in America: Where it comes from and Why It's Back via Yahoo News UK
Can You Be Friends With Your Coffee Maker? via The Atlantic
Paid leave to care for pets? For more Italians, the answer is 'sì!' via The Christian Science Monitor
Bullying Continues to Be a Pervasive Threat in the Workplace via Workforce.com
How 15-Minute Boredom Sessions Can Help You Manage Stress and Emotions via Big Think
Why "Visionary" Language from Leaders can Sometimes Backfire via Quartz at Work
Congress is Making Harassment Trainings Mandatory. Science Shows They Don't Work. via Vox
What are the psychological consequences of religious prejudice and hostile religious social and political rhetoric? New paper in SPPS explores these questions. @SPSPnews @SPSPnews @HuffPostRelig @RNS https://t.co/nxEJXtyr90— GISP Lab (@GISPLab) November 10, 2017
Our paper on the #psychology of #rituals published in #Personality & #SocialPsychology Review. Led by @NickMHobson and co-authored by @jschroeder0527, JaneRisen, and @minzlicht.https://t.co/QRE10NYycb pic.twitter.com/SL6vofFVmr— Dimitris Xygalatas (@xygalatas) November 13, 2017
Conference talks are fair game for reporters unless organizers explicitly say otherwise, agree journos, mss eds & #scicomm staff. @cwillyard @ivanoransky @andrewmseaman @thsaey @nzeliadt @elakdawalla @jfischman @lisampmunoz Alice Henchley @sciencemetro https://t.co/bd6AUBX26b— The Open Notebook (@Open_Notebook) November 14, 2017
Your kids are going to do things they shouldn’t. It helps if you married someone with a sense of humour. pic.twitter.com/VVTstejBJO— Eric Massicotte (@DrMassicotte) November 14, 2017
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