Young Men Break Social-Distancing Rules Way More Than Young Women
Lockdown has been hard for many, including teens who had flown the nest and suddenly had to fly back home. A new survey by a team from the University of Sheffield and Ulster University in
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on mind-set theory, desire to be moral, subjective well-being around the world and across life span, and gender-equality paradox in STEM, and a replication of social facilitation/inhibition effects with cockroaches.
Self-Objectified Women Express the Same Support for Social Activism
Women who report high levels of self-objectification are no more or less willing to engage in social activism than those who do not.
UW psychologist Kristina Olson thought the MacArthur Foundation had the wrong ‘genius’
The word “genius” makes Kristina Olson squirm. When the MacArthur Foundation rang last year to tell her she’d won one of its coveted fellowships — colloquially called genius grants — the University of Washington psychologist figured it
Are women really moving up in the workplace?
The #MeToo movement has thrown a spotlight on gender discrimination issues in the workplace. But is office culture really changing? It depends on whom you ask. Only 20 percent of women agreed things have gotten
A Step Toward Leveling the Professional Playing Field for Women
A psychological study suggests a potential way to minimize the impact that gender bias can have on women’s career advancement.