Psychology

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Meaning in kids' scribbles

November 01, 2017

Children's quirky art isn't just cute, says professor of psychology Ellen Winner in an interview with The Atlantic.

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Know thy enemy

April 23, 2017

Learning about terrorists can lead to more effective counterterrorism policy, BC researchers report.

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Defining terrorists

March 02, 2017

Question: How similar do you think you are to a terrorist? BC researchers report on the answers.

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APS Spence Award

February 23, 2017

BC's Liane Young honored for cutting-edge work on the psychology and neuroscience of moral judgment.

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SAGE Young Scholar

January 09, 2017

Psychology prof Liane Young recognized for exceptional achievements in social and personality psychology.

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Science, Tech & Health / Psychology

Know thy enemy

April 23, 2017

Learning about terrorists can lead to more effective counterterrorism policy, BC researchers report.

Science, Tech & Health / Psychology

APS Spence Award

February 23, 2017

BC's Liane Young honored for cutting-edge work on the psychology and neuroscience of moral judgment.

Science, Tech & Health / Psychology

Grasping the gasp

December 06, 2016

The idea that someone’s emotions are written on their face isn’t quite accurate, according to a recent study.

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Facing human nature

October 19, 2016

Not all facial expressions have universally accepted meanings, a new study finds.

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Who blames the victim?

June 27, 2016

Some respond with scorn, others with sympathy. Psychology researcher Liane Young and alumna Laura Niemi explore why.

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