by Lisa LegaultThinking about someone’s good qualities can have a ripple effect you might not expect.
Can Thinking About Other People’s Positive Traits Reduce Racial Bias?
Help Me, Help Us: Framing Personal and Planetary Benefits of Eating More Veg
by Ganga Shreedhar and Matteo GalizziChances are that you, or someone you know, has a diet that harms health and the planet because it includes too much meat. How can we motivate dietary change?
Moral Echo Chambers on Social Media Could Boost Radicalization, Study Finds As Congress continues to investigate the Jan. 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol, psychologists are examining how online communities can foster radical thoughts and intentions.
Congratulations to the Winners of SPSP's 2021 Annual Awards SPSP is thrilled to announce the winners of our 2021 Annual Awards. SPSP and its affiliated societies recognize the contributions of those who are advancing the boundaries of personality and social psychology.
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