#SPSP2012 has come and gone, and thanks to a small army of Twitterers I feel (except for the warm weather) like I was there. It was clearly a great conference, with a ton of enthusiasm, particularly among the younger social
I am reading social psychologist Tim Wilson’s new book on changing psychology. Some of the findings related to it are summarized here:
Dear Colleagues I am completely excited to announce that Flat World Knowledge (FWK) has just published a new textbook, Principles of Social Psychology, that I have written. The book has received outstanding reviews from an advisory board and a large
Kurt Gray, Assistant Professor of psychology at the University of Maryland has recently reported another way that we bolster our self-esteem and feel good about ourselves.
Professor David Dunning, formerly Executive Officer of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology has written an interesting blog that reminds us of a basic principle of psychology: “Things that we can see are more powerful than things that we
Excellent social psychologists presenting an interesting e -workshop. http://www.teachpsych.org/conferences/eworkshop/index.php
One of the most basic concepts, and a fundamental unit of analysis within psychology is the self. Humans have very well developed self-concepts. Humans possess self-awareness, the ability to introspect and to see oneself as an individual separate from other