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  • Perhaps the best known personality test is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. This episode takes a deep dive into the skeptical side of this topic with Dan McAdams, a professor of psychology at Northwestern University. More

    Under the Cortex: Skeptical ‘Deep Dive‘ on the Myers-Briggs Test

    Perhaps the best known personality test is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. This episode takes a deep dive into the skeptical side of this topic with Dan McAdams, a professor of psychology at Northwestern University. More

  • The Yale psychology professor has been appointed to an influential group charged with directly advising the president and the White House on science, technology, and innovation. More

    APS Fellow Jennifer Richeson Named to White House Science Council

    The Yale psychology professor has been appointed to an influential group charged with directly advising the president and the White House on science, technology, and innovation. More

  • Research shows Syrian refugees were significantly more motivated to return home than to emigrate to the West. Those who were motivated to emigrate were the least likely to endorse extreme religious and political views. More

    Most Syrian Refugees Yearn to Return Home—but Those Who Want to Migrate West Are Least Likely to Hold Extremist Views

    Research shows Syrian refugees were significantly more motivated to return home than to emigrate to the West. Those who were motivated to emigrate were the least likely to endorse extreme religious and political views. More

  • The latest issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science is dedicated to the singular topic of microaggressions: statements, policies, and environmental cues that carry racial and prejudicial overtones. More

    Current Understandings of Microaggressions: Impacts on Individuals and Society

    The latest issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science is dedicated to the singular topic of microaggressions: statements, policies, and environmental cues that carry racial and prejudicial overtones. More

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