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For thousands of year ... by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health For thousands of years now, people from different religious persuasions have been at each other’s metaphorical and literal throats. With the 9th anniversary of the ... Read on »
‘I am a Manly Man!’ by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health I stumbled across the poem ‘I am a Manly Man!’ written by Bradley Hathaway (see link below) on Facebook recently. Although laced with humour and irony, it does provide a ... Read on »
“I just don’t trust you with that accent”: Non-native speakers and the... by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health By Erica Zaiser The other day I was at a pub quiz and a question had been asked which I didn’t know the answer to. While discussing possible answers, one team member ... Read on »
“I” love “you” by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and so many couples may be reflecting on the status of their relationship. If you aren’t already over-thinking what every little thing your par ... Read on »
“Why didn’t anyone stop this? It seems so obvious!” by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health By, Adam K. Fetterman After an act of extreme violence, it is normal for people to want answers. The shooting of Arizona officials a couple weeks ago is no exception. Br ... Read on »
... by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Social and Personality Psychology Compass The latest issue of Social and Personality Psychology Compass is availabl ... Read on »
0April 1, 2010“Our love is dead, according to science!” What does science tell us... by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Can science really predict divorce? Can science really tell you how to select the “right” partner? A recent post by Chris Matyszczyk brought a sarcastic and ironic view ... Read on »
0April 12, 2010Christiano Ronaldo, Emporio Armani and homoeroticism by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health (Images obtained from Emporio Armani website: see link below) A previous post of mine on Social Psychology Eye (June 22, 2009) about Christiano Ronaldo, argued that ... Read on »
0April 13, 2010State militias and individual rights: The strength of moral convictions by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health by chorascholarette On the eve of the fifteenth anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing there is talk ... Read on »
0April 14, 2010Moral Convictions: Attitudes that Pack a Punch by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health In the wake of the recent signing of the health care bill Democratic members of Congress who supported the bill have been subject to death threats and their offices ... Read on »
0April 15, 2010Gordon Brown– hot or not? Physical appearance and election outcomes by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health As David Cameron, Gordon Brown, and other candidates prepare for the UK general elections, voters must decide whom to support. Although political ideology is (hopefully) ... Read on »
0April 18, 2010Performance: Winning and losing and the ensuing judgments by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health The context of competition is loaded with emotions, feelings, judgments, so-called winners, so-called losers and social comparisons (Pekrun & Stephens, 2010). There are ... Read on »
0April 2, 2010Novelty and Gadgetry by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health In a society saturated with technology individuals must find a reason (or not) to justify their purchase. Gadgets nowadays come in all shapes and sizes and with all sort ... Read on »
0April 20, 2010NHL San Jose’s Dan Boyle wins the game for the other team and supports... by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health Last Sunday night during Game 3 of the San Jose Sharks/Colorado Avalanche NHL Western Conference playoff series, the Sharks took three times as many shots as the Avalanc ... Read on »
0April 20, 2010Nostalgia’s function by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health When the new decade pushed in, people were just too quick to judge it as the worse decade yet. Jamil Zaki, in an article for The Huffington Post, discussed how peop ... Read on »
0April 28, 2010Masculinity, men’s health and the ‘caveman diet’ by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health With Men’s Health Week a little over a month away, it is worth pausing a moment to consider the relationship between masculinity and men’s health. The now substantial ... Read on »
0April 28, 2010The Extensive and Enduring Consequences of Ecological Disaster by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health by Courtney Ignarri Late last week an oil rig owned by BP exploded causing some 1,000 barrels of o ... Read on »
0April 6, 2010Accuracy online: Social networking sites have you pegged. by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health by Jennifer Rosner In early March of this year, Chris Dixon and Flickr co-founder Caterina Fake launche ... Read on »
0August 11, 2009Cubicle-phobia in the 21st century by Social Psychology Eye Posted in: Blog Posts in Mental Health There is nothing new about a concern for losing touch with nature. “When we get piled upon one another in large cities,” wrote Thomas Jefferson to Uriah Forest, “we shall ... Read on »