by Greg Walton and Jason OkonofuaHow a 1-page letter to a teacher reduced return to juvenile detention by 40 percentage points.
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.
1 hour 4 min ago— "Revenge seems so appealing and so rewarding, making the brain’s reward centres positively glow. But whilst plannin… https://t.co/BJSu2qFaeV
5 hours 26 min ago— "Compared with the person who didn’t feel guilty for the accident, the guilt-experiencing person was rated by parti… https://t.co/lhzhYp25jW
5 hours 35 min ago— Is your feed full of green, yellow, and gray tiles? SPSP member @mattwbaldwin of @UF examines the psychological rea… https://t.co/VSuSbWTAb8