Psychology News Roundup: ICYMI April 19, 2019
From willpower to a new flurry of posts on our blog, check out what you might have missed this week. Recently in the news, written a post, or have selections you'd like us to consider? Email us, use the hashtag #SPSPblog, or tweet us directly @spspnews.
On the Blogs
Beliefs that Black People are Poor Predict Opposition Toward Welfare via Character & Context - 1 of 9 new posts!
How to Design an Ethical Organization via Harvard Business Review
A Smarter Way to Think About Willpower via The Washington Post
Defaults Are Not the Same by Default via Behavioral Scientist
From the SPSP News Center
In the News
Do you know how others see you right now? via Psychology Today
Therapeutic vacations help people confront feelings and worries via PsychCentral
People underestimate how fun it is to do the same thing twice via The Atlantic
How we roll: Study shows we're more lone wolves than team players via The Atlantic
A new study by researchers at @mcgillu found celebrity fat-shaming events contribute to an "increase in women’s implicit negative weight-related attitudes." More on what that means and some ways to foster a positive body image, in my story for @globalnews https://t.co/WBdwnqNHDE— Meghan Collie (@MeghanCollie) April 15, 2019
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