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.
Author of Emotional Success and psychologist David DeSteno shares why maybe willpower isn’t the only psychological tool need to help you give up smoking for good. National No Smoking Day is on 14th March 2018.
Looking forward to talking emotions, decision-making, and self-control at the Harvard Program on Negotiation speake… https://t.co/CK3rNqngJx
by @daviddesteno - 12 hours ago
How Trump leverages gratitude for selfish goals. An interesting take via @nytopinion https://t.co/3h9bZxXXci
by @daviddesteno - 17 hours ago
RT @templeton_fdn: Research suggests that giving plays a powerful role in winning and peak performance. Read more about the science of #gen…
And if you don’t believe the mind attributes moral intention & feeling to robots, check out the second half of this… https://t.co/NzWdZeaVmb
by @daviddesteno - 18 hours ago
A timely and thoughtful exploration of a moral quandary (that becomes evermore relevant with each passing year).… https://t.co/wMT7tt0UXE