by Sophie L. Kjærvik and Brad J. BushmanPeople with high levels of narcissism tend to lash out aggressively—especially when provoked.
Two-thirds of romantic couples start out as friends, study finds Movies and television often show romance sparking when two strangers meet. Real-life couples, however, are far more likely to begin as friends. Two-thirds of romantic relationships start out platonically, a new study finds.
Early Career Corner: Navigating Promotion and Tenure Amid COVID-19
by Sarah Huff and Franki KungThe Early Career Committee shares insights on the challenges of navigating promotion and tenure in the time of COVID-19, collected from the Professional Development session that they hosted during the 2021 SPSP Annual Convention.
4 hours 8 min ago— "people…[thought] that strategies aimed at actively changing the situation would be more helpful for those feeling… https://t.co/mSNTXgapUV
6 hours 58 min ago— "when people with a conspiracy mindset perceived their social circle as being supportive of vaccines (including a C… https://t.co/Fc0MoggxJj
11 hours 30 min ago— "talking with strangers can make us happier, more connected to our communities, mentally sharper, healthier, less l… https://t.co/tlUYRUWVOD