Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI August 3, 2018
On the Blogs
In the News
The dark core of personality via Scientific American
Just good friends? Attraction to opposite-sex friends is common and burdensome via Research Digest
Why hostility can bring people closer together via Scientific American
Americans stubbornly continue to overestimate their intelligence via Pacific Standard
Want to be happier? Stop scheduling your free time via Washington Post
School kids speak out against LGBT bullying more when they feel like everyone shares a superordinate identity. A timely application of the common in-group identity model: https://t.co/klhQTOdQz3— Christopher Petsko (@chris_petsko) August 1, 2018
Want to receive the latest content from Character & Context? Sign up for updates direct to your inbox here.
What did we miss? Did you recently complete a media interview, write a post, or have your work featured in the news? Want to be in the next edition? Drop us a note and a link at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your contributions keep us engaged.