Mood and Language Processing: What Is a Good Match?

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Description: Think for a moment about how good you are at editing your own and other peoples’ writing. To put a finer point on your self-assessment, place yourself on a scale from 1 to 10 in editing skill with 10 being razor sharp and missing little or nothing and 1 being sloppy and inconsistent. Now,… Read more »

Is “Fake it ’til you make it” that simple?

Posted by & filed under Consciousness, Personality, Research Methods, Research Methods in SP, Social Psychology, Student Success, The Self.

Description: Quick! Who is happier, or who is more often happier, introverts of extroverts? Well, consistently research seems to show that extroverts are happier than introverts more of the time. Why do you think that might be? If it is the case that being extroverted or perhaps acting in an extroverted manner makes you happier… Read more »