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Why Race May Influence Us Even When We “Know” It Doesn’t

Posted on February 19, 2009

The image to the left is a portion of a controversial cartoon that ran in yesterday’s New York Post. The cartoon (the entirety of which is here) includes this punchline: “Now they will have to find someone else to write the stimulus bill.” * * * A common assumption among most Americans is that race […]

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Posted in History, Implicit Associations, Politics | 10 Comments »

Situationism in the News

Posted on February 16, 2009

Below, we’ve posted titles and a brief quotation from some of the Situationist news items of February 2009. (They are listed in alphabetical order by source.) * * * From Boston Globe: “Aging has its benefits” “In the 1973 film “The Way We Were,” Barbra Streisand sings a haunting ballad about memories and aging. “What’s […]

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Posted in Abstracts, Blogroll, Life, Positive Psychology | Leave a Comment »

 
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