Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI June 23, 2017
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Would you rather be the big frog in a small pond or the small frog in a big pond? According to recent research the decision rests on culture: Chinese are more likely to choose the big pond than Americans.
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Dear editors, we have now completed the final experiment requested by the reviewers pic.twitter.com/eYCtudYnVM— Edan Foley (@Imin200) June 17, 2017
Apes practice many of the staples of human office politics: alliance-building, ladder-climbing, nepotism, and more https://t.co/OMyaVKsa1U— Science of Us (@thescienceofus) June 19, 2017