Latest Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin Stories
As the year draws to an end, regret often comes to mind – regret of trips not taken, goals not met, time lost.
Men who generally believe that women who challenge men's power are manipulative and subversive — so-called hostile sexism — carry over those antagonistic attitudes into their intimate relationships.
Divorce has a bigger impact on child-parent relationships if it occurs in the first few years of the child's life.
As the nation continues to grapple with the long-simmering issue of gun control, solutions are stymied by heated debates.
A new study led by Joshua Hart, assistant professor of psychology, suggests that men’s insecurities about relationships and conflicted views of women as romantic partners and rivals could lead some to adopt sexist attitudes about women.
People often remark that people of a different race "all look alike."
Story leads this month from new articles on parenting by the norm, the link between sexism and racism, death and the supernatural, how brands shape identity and more...
New in the journals: From how our attachment with our moms affects our future relationships, to the connection between family size and general intelligence.... and more.
The traditional Southern belief that men must defend their honor is alive and well but not just among men.
The color of our skin or where we come does matter when it comes to how we react to a racist insult.
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