How is Popularity Related Health Risk Behaviors?

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From the course by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Psychology of Popularity
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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Psychology of Popularity

363 ratings
From the lesson
How Does Popularity Change Our Mood, Feelings, and Behaviors? (Part 2)
We will review why popular people really do have better skills and life outcomes compared to others.

Meet the Instructors

  • Dr. Mitch Prinstein
    Dr. Mitch Prinstein
    John Van Seters Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, and Author of Popular: The Power of Likeability in a Status-Obsessed World
    UNC Department of Psychology and Neuroscience