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Feb13
Tick Tock: Commitment Readiness Predicts Relationship Success, Say Scientists

Washington, DC - Timing is everything, goes a popular phrase, and this is also true for relationships. As Valentine’s Day approaches, social psychologists from Purdue...

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Feb8
Bridging the “Liking-Gap,” Researchers Discuss the Awkwardness of Conversations

Portland, OR - Conversations are fundamental to relationships and wellbeing, but they often leave people feeling anxious, uncertain, and socially excluded. Social and personality psychologists...

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Character and Context Blog

Feb9
Pride: Strength or Sin? The Impact of Nonverbal Displays of Pride on Hiring Decisions

Picture this. You’re sitting in a job interview talking to someone who will help determine whether or not you get the job. They start asking...

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Feb9
A Little Perspective Goes a Long Way: Perspective Takers Are Liked More than Non-Perspective Takers

It may come as no surprise that political polarization is on the rise; liberals are becoming more liberal, and conservatives are becoming more conservative. This...

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