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Religious believers think God values the lives of out-group members more than they do themselves

Belief in all powerful supernatural entities that police moral behavior between people has been shown to promote prosocial behavior between co-religionists. But do these effects extend to members of different religious groups?

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Black Lives Matter! Student Committee Responds to Recent World Events

by The 2020 SPSP Student Committee

The SPSP Student Committee offers a message of support to their fellow student members.

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Character and Context Blog

Are Creative Teams More Effective When Their Members Vary in Agreeableness?

by Sean T. H. Lee and Park Guihyun

If you were tasked to form a creative brainstorming team, should you pick people who are more agreeable, less agreeable, or a mix of both? Our research provides an intriguing answer.

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When You Write an Online Review about a Product, Should You Tell a Story or Just Present the Facts?

by Guy Itzchakov, Moty Amar & Frenk van Harreveld

Reviews written as personal stories make readers more aware of the pros and cons of the product than reviews framed as facts.

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