Social Science should be interesting

I love reading academic papers. I probably enjoy them more than reading longer non-fiction books, because I can get the interesting part just by reading the abstract and then skimming the results section. I read random articles from the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (JPSP) a few times a week, and I always find something interesting. If not there, then I browse Legislative Studies Quarterly, or the American Political Science Review, or a few other select journals.

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