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.
James Ryerson on 3 new books examining the heart of how we psychologists make inferences (and risks therein)@nytimes https://t.co/BpyPbl9GRm
by @daviddesteno - 2 days ago
Interesting social effect on IQ boost here https://t.co/XN9glsw3fl
It takes more than grit to win. It requires the support of family and friends. And it's emotions like pride & grati… https://t.co/dWZMdgalPy
by @daviddesteno - 4 days ago
“My pride is strong” he told @CNN. One of the best examples I’ve seen of how emotions like pride build grit. And bu… https://t.co/SDWgsFKzux
by @daviddesteno - 5 days ago
@SarahMHClement Thanks for sharing this, Sarah. Hope all is well.