Psychologists Analyzed a Big Collection of Condemned Inmates’ Last Words
New York Magazine: It’s a strange and uncomfortable exercise: Imagine you’re about to be executed, and you’re given the opportunity to make a final statement. What would your last words be? To psychologists who study
First Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Judgment and Decision Making Studies
Registration is now open for the First Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Judgment and Decision Making Studies (SEJyD), taking place on July 12–13, 2016. The program features plenary lectures by Martin Skov
Books to Check Out: February 2016
Moral Disengagement: How People Do Harm and Live With Themselves by Albert Bandura; Worth Publishers, December 25, 2015. Minority and Cross-Cultural Aspects of Neuropsychological Assessment: Enduring and Emerging Trends, 2nd Edition edited by F. Richard
Terrorism Temporarily Turns Leftists Rightward
Pacific Standard: Presidential preference polls provide a clear indication of how American conservatives are reacting to the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California. They’ve basically doubled down on their America-first mindset, with large
Terrorism May Make Liberals Think More Like Conservatives
Liberals’ attitudes toward Muslims and immigrants became more like those of conservatives following the July 7, 2005 bombings in London.
Three Tactics for Tackling Unethical Behavior
Unethical behavior isn’t necessarily the price of doing business. An international research team highlights steps organizations can take to combat unethical behavior on the job.