All psychology

UFO above a field

November 13, 2017

High cognitive ability not a safeguard from conspiracies, paranormal beliefs

Social psychologist explores why people are inclined to believe the unfounded

a person with their right hand raised and their left hand behind their back with fingers crossed

August 3, 2017

Study examines tolerance of political lies for shared views

Supporters tolerant of lying to achieve a higher moral end

Linda Skitka, professor of psychology

June 13, 2017

Psychologist to lead research organization

Linda Skitka named president of Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Linda Skitka, professor of psychology

May 3, 2017

UIC psychologist to lead research organization

Skitka to begin term as president in 2019

Stewart Shankman; Researcher of the Year

March 7, 2017

Antidepressant side effects reported more by patients with panic disorder

‘People with panic disorder are especially sensitive to changes in their bodies,’ says Stewart Shankman

Susan Goldman

January 12, 2017

UIC learning scientist honored by international research society

Earns organization’s most prestigious distinction

Republican Elephant and Democratic Donkey symbols

December 5, 2016

Political left, right both inspired by utopian hopes

Studies explore moral convictions associated with same sex marriage, gun control

view of "The Thinker" statue

November 21, 2016

Reliance on reason, evidence as a moral issue measured in study

Rationality of another’s beliefs viewed as indicative of their morality

Pollution; middle class African American communities

November 3, 2016

Studies examine racial bias in pollution, devaluation of black communities

Stereotypes apply to perceptions of physical spaces associated with African Americans

James Pellegrino

April 20, 2016

UIC distinguished professor elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

James Pellegrino named to prestigious honor society

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