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Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: The Role of Experimenter Belief in Social Priming Thandiwe S. E. Gilder and Erin A. Heerey In many social psychology priming studies, participants perform a task designed to activate or prime a particular concept. Priming is thought...
Looking for an excuse the next time you get caught doing something unethical? If you live in a highly polluted city, you may be in luck. New research offers evidence that air pollution inspires unethical behavior, ranging from low-stakes cheating to criminal activity. It reports this is likely due...
Athletes who win silver medals must be happier than those who win bronze, right? Not exactly. People in one study rated athletes’ emotions — based on their facial expressions — immediately after they learned where they placed. On a 1- to 10-point agony-to-ecstasy scale, bronze medalists scored 7.1...
How many couples will have met online this Valentine’s Day? More than ever before is the safe answer, as online dating continues to sweep the world. But is data crunching the best way to find a partner? In the future, a computer program could dictate who you date, and for how long. This was...

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