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.
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SPSP is hosting a webinar in which experts will discuss the barriers that traditional recruitment practices pose when trying to recruit non-WEIRD samples. They will also discuss ways to implement anti-racist research and effectively sample from diverse groups.
Research is rarely done in isolation. Building mutually beneficial collaborations with other researchers can strengthen your project but is almost always met with hurdles than require closer attention. Here, we provide some tips for how researchers can build and sustain research collaborations. We also share an SPSP initiative: The Collaboration Zone, to help look for potential collaborators.
The SPSP Student Committee surveyed personality and social psychologists recently on the job market for positions outside of academia to hear about their experiences.
White People Who Received Mindfulness Training Were Three Times More Likely To Help Black People in Staged Scenarios, Study Finds
Could mindfulness change the way we treat people of other races?