A Conversation Between David Brooks and Walter Mischel About Psychological Science

David Brooks is a featured New York Times columnist and a regular on the PBS “News Hour with Jim Lehrer.” In his NY Times columns “Social Science Palooza” I and II, he summarized examples of recent findings in the scholarly study of human behavior and concluded, “A day without social science is like a day without sunshine.” In this conversation hour, Brooks and social psychology legend Walter Mischel talk about what’s exciting them in psychological science and why it matters outside the academy.

Watch the video online at www.psychologicalscience.org/convention/news

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