Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI April 6, 2017
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Finally, a chance to edit my paper! Let's open the folder.— Lego Grad Student (@legogradstudent) March 30, 2018
I recapped the Sustainability Psychology Preconference in Atlanta. If you weren't there, come read about new trends in environmental psychology and advocacy:https://t.co/BiVkAL5LVF— Alexander Maki (@AlexMaki) April 2, 2018
A new study finds that men in STEM subject areas overestimate their own intelligence and credentials, underestimate the abilities of female colleagues, and that as a result, women themselves doubt their abilities — even when evidence says otherwise. https://t.co/nAev5JmCSy— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 5, 2018
Let's talk about #scicomm! I am going to tell a story about how a crappy blog post I wrote 3 years ago turned into a piece in the .@washingtonpost. To draw you into the thread, here's an image I created for the blog post that was cut before WAPO came along! 1/n pic.twitter.com/vxNe0unvZ4— Biotweeps - Kevin (@biotweeps) April 5, 2018
Yesterday, @NeilLewisJr, "debated" the evidence regarding IMPLICIT BIAS. "Debate" is in quotes because I think we agreed more than disagreed. Here is my summary of [what I see as, but Neil is tagged here to weigh in] our (mostly) agreements and (1-2) disagreements. Thread. 1/n— Lee Jussim (@PsychRabble) April 6, 2018
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