by Oliver GenschowWhen replicating the famous door-in-the-face persuasion technique, we found similar results as the original authors obtained almost half a century ago.
SPSP's Summer Psychology Forum offers an opportunity to develop skills, form collaborations, and network with colleagues interested in studying the patterns of change over time. Bring your data to a variety of hands-on, virtual workshops, along with a keynote address from Dr. Robin Vallacher.
Having Cross-political Relationships Might Not Always Be Beneficial
by Elena Buliga, Cara C. MacInnis, Gordon Hodson, Julia BiamonteCan simply having a cross-political partner or close friend improve your attitudes toward the opposite political group? Our studies show that it might not always be the case.
Members Advise White House on COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Four SPSP members shared key insights from behavioral science in order to help the Biden Administration increase uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine.
1 hour 31 min ago— "those who reported having any cross-political friendships (versus none) were not more likely to hold more positive… https://t.co/rZD8wE0qfe
2 hours 56 min ago— “[W]hat makes an environment restorative is the combination of attracting involuntary attention softly while at the… https://t.co/w0ZzNr6ggG
7 hours 58 min ago— "Our environments and institutions reinforce our biases. So if our social structures don’t fundamentally change, it… https://t.co/QDnySWhvB3