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Zak Witkower joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring how head tilt influences our perception of dominance.
In Part 2, Lisa Walsh discusses how researchers measure happiness using self-reports and the adaptability of positive and negative emotions. Lisa Walsh is a doctoral candidate in social/personality psychology at the University of California, Riverside. Her work has been published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology and Emotion, among others. Click here to listen to Part 1. Read the piece: Happiness doesn’t follow success: it’s the other way round Explore the research article: Does Happiness Promote Career Success? Revisiting the Evidence
Lisa Walsh joins the show to discuss her research and writing exploring whether happiness leads to career success. Lisa Walsh is a doctoral candidate in social/personality psychology at the…
Dillon Browne joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring the connection between screen time and child development.
Molly Valentine Dierks explores the expanding field of sculpture through her work across media
In Part II, Verlin Hinsz discusses the commonality of exaggerating one characteristic into a stereotype and the signal significance of snap judgements.
Verlin Hinsz joins the show to discuss his study exploring women's hair as a cue to desired relationship and parenting characteristics.
Cari Freno is an artist living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Her work draws inspiration from the fields of psychology and education and their focus on the human condition.

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