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The Unconscious Mind Can Detect a Liar — Even When the Conscious Mind Fails

When it comes to detecting deceit, your automatic associations may be more accurate than conscious thought in pegging truth-tellers and liars. ... More>


Why Apple May Struggle to Diversify Its Board

In addition to the societal barriers blocking women from reaching the upper echelons of business, there may also be an intrinsic motivation: Their aversion to ethical compromises. ... More>


The Cost of Racial Bias in Economic Decisions

New research suggests that people’s racial biases make them more likely to leave money on the table when a windfall is not split evenly between groups. ... More>


After the Storms, A Different Opinion on Climate Change

Extreme weather may instill a greater belief that climate change is caused by human activity, and may boost support for politicians running on a "green" platform. ... More>


Anthony Greenwald

University of Washington William James Fellow Award A renowned expert on human cognition, social psychologist Anthony Greenwald’s work has led to the discovery and documentation of unconscious and automatic thought […]... More>