Two studies demonstrate that “glorying” one’s national identity is related to decreased creativity, while feelings of “attachment” to one’s national identity is related to increased creativity. Additionally, study two demonstrates that a “critical attachment” to one’s home nation can help reap the creative benefits of multicultural exposure. Cathleen E. Clerkin More

Times Higher Education: The study of prejudice and discrimination has been one of the cornerstones of social psychology since the 1950s. But new research suggests that as well as studying discrimination, social psychologists may engage in it themselves. In a paper in the journal Perspectives on Psychological Science, Yoel Inbar More