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Mind The Gap: Overestimating Income Inequality

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I’m thrilled to be breaking my dissertation-imposed “mini-hiatus” this week with a series of guest posts over at the BPS Research Digest, where I’ve been asked to take over guest hosting duties for the week and write a few pieces on some recent awesome Social Psych research. First up — recent research has given us [...]

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Are your 9/11 memories really your own?

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I can remember exactly where I was twelve years ago when I learned why the sky was starting to fill with smoke about 30 miles to the west. Though I live in Illinois now, I’m originally from Long Island. In September 2001, I was just beginning the 9th grade at Friends Academy, my new high [...]

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America: Land Of The Partners, Home Of The Selfless.

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Today, many Americans will be celebrating July 4th with fireworks and barbecues. But how much thought have you given to the true spirit of Independence Day? As a country, America loves to consider the word “independent” as an adjectival calling card of sorts. Not only is America frequently thought of as a superpower responsible for [...]

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