Psychology News Round-Up (June 20th)
By Eric Horowitz
- Timothy Wilson ponders whether we should be more worried about false negatives. Make an exception and read the comments.
- Can’t get enough of hurricane names? The Shavitt Lab responds to critiques of their paper.
- The New York Times says American cultural normsharm the World Cup team by discouraging players from diving. Is cultural psychology really a difference maker, or is the psychological element on display in the article an American self-serving bias?
how to validate survey reports of sensitive/ risky behaviors (violence, drug use) with qualitative data: http://t.co/tVQ81JCprG— Betsy Levy Paluck (@betsylevyp) June 16, 2014
A grad student's account of the social challenges in addressing questionable research practices with collaborators: http://t.co/VxJU1ZIXQk— Brian Nosek (@BrianNosek) June 19, 2014
More on our anthropomorphism research in @FastCompany http://t.co/VADJoPHWKJ — Adam Waytz (@AWaytz) June 16, 2014
Changes in income predict change in social trust https://t.co/3iaA8JqS1A— Mark Brandt (@mjbsp) June 15, 2014
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