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Jun 24, 22 05:56 AM
Solomon Asch: Read the classic journal article on interpersonal perception that introduced the concept of central versus peripheral traits and the "halo effect."
Jun 23, 22 06:48 AM
Informative article on dissociative disorders by Dr. Mary-Anne Kate, a researcher specializing in interpersonal trauma, attachment and post-traumatic disorders.
Jun 21, 22 02:03 AM
In Duped: Why Innocent People Confess and Why We Believe Their Confessions, renowned psychologist Saul Kassin, explains how interrogators trick innocent people into confessing, and then how the crimin…