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Is long-term love more than a rare phenomenon? If so, what are its correlates?

From Social Psychological and Personality Science Valentine’s Day is upon us and many thoughts around the world turn to love. What is romantic love? Can it last forever? This article considers how romantic love adapts in long term relationships. Recently … Continue reading

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Inconsistent evaluations may affect promotion of women in law firms

Language of performance evaluations: gender-based shifts in content and consistency of judgment  From Social Psychological and Personality Science Partners in Wall Street law firms write equally nice things about the work of their male and female junior lawyers, but when … Continue reading

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Overconfidence pays when the audience knows the least

Complex Social Consequences of Self-Knowledge From Social Psychological and Personality Science Job applicants are taught to project confidence in interviews, but can overconfidence trip them up and put off employers? For this research participants read application materials to join a … Continue reading

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