Post Tagged with: "Mark Alicke"

Alicke in Psychology Today | Can We All Get Along? Should We?

Dr, Mark Alicke

Dr. Mark Alicke, Professor of Psychology, authored a column on “Can We All Get Along? Should We? Where do we draw the line in associating with people whose values we dislike?” in Psychology Today. Best friends, family members, and spouses argue about all kinds of things: Who is the best […]

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November 6, 2017 at 9:31 amFaculty in the News In the News

Alicke in Psychology Today | Heroes, Statues, and Moral Standards

Dr, Mark Alicke

Dr. Mark Alicke, Professor of Psychology, authored a column on “Heroes, Statues, and Moral Standards: Judging people by the norms of their time is more complicated than it may seem” Aug. 22 in Psychology Today. His blog posts to Psychology Today are headed “Why We Blame.” I received my Ph.D. […]

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September 11, 2017 at 2:25 pmFaculty in the News In the News

Summer Courses | Tier II Social Sciences (2SS), Online & On Campus

Summer Courses | Tier II Social Sciences (2SS), Online & On Campus

Summer with the College of Arts & Sciences—Enjoy our Parks | Fill some Reqs—includes courses that can apply toward Ohio University’s general education Tier II  requirements in Social Sciences. Check the Registrar’s summer course offerings site for up-to-the-minute course availability—both online and on campus. HIST 2010 Survey of United States History, […]

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April 20, 2015 at 8:02 pmNews

Psychology Today Quotes Alicke on Goody Two-Shoes

Psychology Today Quotes Alicke on Goody Two-Shoes

Psychology Today quoted Dr. Mark Alicke, Professor of Psychology at Ohio University, in a “Field Guide to the Goody Two-Shoes: Why tattletales are so annoying.” Alicke specializes in the psychology of the self—including self-enhancement, social comparison, and the self in social judgment—and blame and responsibility. We are harsher judges of […]

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June 13, 2014 at 12:20 pmFaculty in the News In the News