Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI June 8, 2018
On the Blogs
Nicholas Hobson covers research on behavior, motivation, and dealing with "high standards."
From the SPSP News Center
In the News
Uncertainty in a date dampens interest in a mate via MedicalXpress
Submissions for @SPSPnews #SPSP2019 open in about a month. Now's a great time to get to know the Collaboration Zone-- a way to connect with other scholars who might be interested in joining a symposium you organize or want you to join theirs! https://t.co/ojwAs8XrPX— Amy Summerville (@RegretLab) June 5, 2018
A new study predicts that randomly auditing under 2 percent of all scientific studies could significantly improve science's credibility. @DalmeetS looks at whether more audits are the answer for science's reproducibility crisis. https://t.co/UCzbg48esJ— Pacific Standard (@PacificStand) June 5, 2018
My newest paper from @DukeU is out in #pspb showing that exposure to #biracial individuals reduces colorblindness! With Negin Toosi at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, @LauraBabbitt, @samsommers both @TuftsUniversityhttps://t.co/8u2dNVQPMJ— Sarah Gaither (@sarahegaither) June 6, 2018
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