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.
Good point here that sample size alone isn’t a safeguard against p-hacking. Selection of covariates can play a big… https://t.co/a42OVstBVl
by @daviddesteno - yesterday
Supportive social networks are important. And they can be cultivated. https://t.co/ghrYwTRX9b
by @daviddesteno - 4 days ago
@SPSPnews @LindaSkitka @ResearchDigest Behavior is important folks. If we only study beliefs or intentions, we’re g… https://t.co/bGqMz75Kzl
by @daviddesteno - 5 days ago
RT @dgelles: If I was stuck in a cave for a week, I would of course turn to my meditation practice. What a blessing that coach had trained…