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the Racism Pandemic A Discussion of Social Psychological Perspectives
A virtual panel of experts will discuss social psychological perspectives on the racism pandemic.
Puffer brings skills managing multiple aspects of the member experience. She starts with SPSP on July 7, 2020.

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We know that masks can reduce COVID-19 transmission, but how are they affecting our ability to communicate with each other? A psychologist who studies how well people understand each other offers some speculations.

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