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White People Who Received Mindfulness Training Were Three Times More Likely To Help Black People in Staged Scenarios, Study Finds
White people who received training in mindfulness meditation were three times more likely to help a Black person in staged scenarios than those who were not trained, according to a new study in Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Medical Providers Less Able to Detect Authentic Pain Among Black People Than White People, Study Finds
New research in Social Psychological and Personality Science (SPPS) has found that medical providers are better at discerning real from fake pain expressions for White people than Black people.
New research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science reports that the presence of a gender equality supportive ally reduces anticipated feelings of isolation while increasing anticipated support and respect.
Movies and television often show romance sparking when two strangers meet. Real-life couples, however, are far more likely to begin as friends. Two-thirds of romantic relationships start out platonically, a new study in Social Psychological and Personality Science finds.
Relationships are often undermined by everyday frustrations like work stress or financial anxiety, but how do couples handle a challenge as unprecedented as the COVID-19 pandemic?
Research has shown that people who engage in future thinking are better at achieving their long-term goals. It seems this future-thinking may also apply to reputation protection.
People place more emphasis on the health of others than themselves, especially when they see public health as a moral issue.
In a pair of studies, social psychologists propose that widespread perceptions that white people are wealthy, and that Black people are poor, may shape the way people experience their own status.