other writing

Marginalia Science. [*Dietz, P., *Gantman, A., *Nam, H. H., *Niemi, L.] (2019). Marginalised ideas are key to scientific progress. Nature Human Behaviour, 3, 1024.
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Niemi, L. & Young, L. (6/24/2016). Who blames the victim? The New York Times.
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Niemi, L., Chakroff, A., & Young, L. (4/2017). Talking in Euphemisms Can Chip Away at Your Sense of Morality. New York Magazine.
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Payne, K., Niemi, L. & Doris, J. (3/37/2018). How to Think about “Implicit Bias”. Scientific American.
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Niemi, L. (1st Quarter). The flavours of fairnessThe Philosopher’s Magazine.

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Blog at PsychologyToday.com: “Morality in Language”.

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10/5/16 “The psychology of victim-blaming” The Atlantic
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7/12/16 “Why society blames victims, according to science” The Huffington Post
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7/11/16 “How Language Helps Erase the Tragedy of Millions of Road Deaths” Nautilus

12/12/12 “Depressed teens more likely to make art, study says” Chicago Tribune

2/1/13 “Arts participation linked to higher rates of teen depression” New England Psychologist

6/14 “The latest research on creativity and the arts” APA Monitor on Psychology