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How to combat racial bias: Start in childhood Society

How to combat racial bias: Start in childhood

January 10 2018

By Gail Heyman, Professor of Psychology, University of California, San Diego

Psychological research is investigating whether young children can show sighs of implicit bias

Psychology holds key to getting people out before disaster strikes Society

Psychology holds key to getting people out before disaster strikes

December 29 2017

By Elizabeth Newnham, Curtin Research Fellow in Psychology, Curtin University, Rex Pui-kin Lam, Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Hong Kong, Satchit Balsari, FXB Research Fellow, T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University

The risks of disasters is rising along with climate change. But there are many personal barriers to a timely and effective evacuation from danger

No, turkey doesn’t make you sleepy – but it may bring more trust to your table Society

No, turkey doesn’t make you sleepy – but it may bring more trust to your table

December 22 2017

By Kevin Bennett, Assistant Teaching Professor of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University

What are the effects of tryptophan? Psychologists are investigating

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