David DeSteno is professor of Psychology at Northeastern University, where he directs the Social Emotions Group. A fellow of the Association for Psychological Science and Editor in Chief of the American Psychological Association's journal Emotion, he is the author of The Truth about Trust and co-author of Out of Character. DeSteno earned his PhD from Yale University and has written for publications including The New York Times, Boston Globe and Pacific Standard.
Want to avoid #blackfriday impulse buys? Take some extra time today to count your blessings. Happy Thanksgiving! https://t.co/H2ixUB5drC
by @daviddesteno - yesterday
Another insightful gem from @paulbloomatyale on our morality (or lack thereof) https://t.co/2VeVx4kt82
by @daviddesteno - 4 days ago
As @BrendanNyhan is fond of saying: Partisanship is one hell of a drug! https://t.co/hDMMmvXsgy
@ezraklein Here’s one on hypocrisy and tribalism. Explains why if my guy does it it’s not as morally objectionable… https://t.co/OPtsY38VwK
by @daviddesteno - 6 days ago
Beside its other failings, the House tax bill undercuts innovation by making graduate study unaffordable for most. https://t.co/NHN5tipgbj
by @daviddesteno - 7 days ago
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