In this week’s #GeekReads: should politicians be good liars; non-social sources of conformity; the evolution of racism; scheduling around office lethargy; simple steps toward behavior change.
Self-imitation. Social factors may not be required to produce conformity; people may confuse memories of their own behavior with average group behavior. From Nederlandse Vereniging Voor Psychonomie via PsyPost.
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