States are making voting more accessible by allowing citizens to vote at home.
Sanjay Srivastava"The ballot belongs to the voter, not the government... As long as it can be done with safety and integrity, it’s the obligation of the government to get it to me. It’s not my responsibility to qualify for it and get it"
This year, the SIPS awards committee is soliciting nomination for a SIPS Mission Award for improving psychological science in the face of challenge (e.g., with limited resources, in the face of opposition, with hard-to-reach populations).
Sanjay Srivastava@deevybee Wish I knew details (maybe some cog psych ppl know them?), but I remember hearing that Eleanor Rosch's initial work on prototypes was a hard sell (& part of why this paper has so many experiments - reviewers didn't believe it & kept asking for more)
Is there any return to education in criminal activities? This paper is one of the first to investigate whether education has not only a positive impac…
Sanjay SrivastavaA college degree is good for your career prospects, even if your career is crime. "Is there any return to education in criminal activities?... We find that mobsters have significant returns to education of 7.5–8.5%" h/t @uomatters
In California, it’s easy to find all-American burger spots and doughnut shops owned by Asian immigrants and their families — a fact that breaks down expectations that Asian Americans have a singular way of existing in the food world.
AMES, IA—Hoping to give them the tools they will need to succeed in the 2020 election, White House hopeful Elizabeth Warren has been spending her evenings tutoring underperforming presidential candidates on how to craft comprehensive policy...