by Bastian JaegerWhen we see a stranger, we automatically form a first impression based on their facial appearance. But what makes a person appear trustworthy or dominant to us?
White People Who Received Mindfulness Training Were Three Times More Likely To Help Black People in Staged Scenarios, Study Finds Could mindfulness change the way we treat people of other races?
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.
11 hours 25 min ago— New research tests whether perceived and actual incongruence between one’s personality and scientific findings pred… https://t.co/bjyT3UpIWF
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13 hours 25 min ago— Reminder: Don't miss our next #SPSPChat on Dec. 6 at 3 PM EST as we discuss conducting cross-cultural psychological… https://t.co/UxMZYMydfr