Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Psychology & Psychiatry

Gender roles highlight gender bias in judicial decisions

Judges may be just as biased or even more biased than the general public in deciding court cases where traditional gender roles are challenged, according to a new study published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

A suspicious mind leads to a suspicious face

In a series of studies, social psychology researchers show that Black participants who hold suspicious views of Whites visualize White faces, even smiling ones, as less trustworthy, less authentic and sometimes more hostile. ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

For decision-makers who want the best, focus on the strategy

People make decisions every day, some trivial, like what to eat for lunch, while others are more significant—career, marriage, buying a home. A series of studies conducted by Jeff Hughes and Abigail Scholar (University ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

For health and happiness, share good news

Service members, including both active and recently separated, have been called upon to fight overseas and to assist during natural disasters at home. They can face unique challenges when they return in both the workplace ...

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