Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI May 11, 2018
On the Blogs
Sanjay Srivastava explores "the idea that 'replications are easy and cheap' is a relatively new development in social psychology," and its possible implications for the field.
In the News
For those of you in the SPSP community, be sure to complete the first ever SPSP Diversity & Climate Survey! #spsp #socialpsych #personalitypsych #diversity #climate @SPSPnews— Richard E. Smith II (@Richsm18) May 8, 2018
Link below ⬇️https://t.co/ERJbyPFJ67
TFW you hit 20k words and you’re (finally) almost done.. pic.twitter.com/mPV5FPtBuY— Nicole Barbaro (@NicoleBarbaro) May 10, 2018
The next #SPSPchat will be Monday May 14th. The topic is "Being a Woman in Academia: Social and Personality Psychology." @slyubomirsky, @v_lamarche and I will be fielding questions from Noon - 1 PM EDT (9 AM PDT). So come on over to Twitter on Monday and join the conversation! https://t.co/hZyWf41jSu— Cynthia Pickett (@cl_pickett) May 8, 2018
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