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Psychology News Round-Up: ICYMI May 11, 2018

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On the Blogs

Kaitlin Woolley disucsses recently published research examining situations where a strong intuitive desire conflicts with a more reasoned response.
 
The Replication Price-drop in Social Psychology via The Hardest Science
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.
 
Arthur Kary, Ben Newell, & Brett Hayes discuss their recent study looking at "how the balance of evidence can shape the likelihood that people are convinced by it."
 

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