Children’s Drawings May Indicate Later Intelligence

Data collected from 15,000 children suggest that how children draw a child when they're 4 years old may indicate their intelligence a full 10 years later at age 14. More>

      

Everyone Wins When Employees Have More Control at Work

A new study finds that employees who are able to negotiate with their managers for more control over their jobs benefit by being more motivated and excited about work.

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Rediscovering Our Mundane Moments Brings Us Unexpected Pleasure

We like to document life's momentous occasions, but new research suggests there is value in capturing our more mundane experiences, which can bring us unexpected joy in the future.

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New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring practice and music ability, sensorimotor experience and holistic processing, and signal detection theory as a framework for optimal decision making.

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When It Comes To Driving, Most People Think Their Skills are Above Average

Most people rate themselves as having driving skills far above average, but a new study shows that we don’t all agree on what it means to be a good driver.

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Group Identity Emphasized More by Those Who Just Make the Cut

Marginal members of a high-status or well-esteemed group tend to emphasize their group membership more than those who are squarely entrenched in the group.

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For Managers, Upholding Fairness Comes at a Cost

Enforcing the rules and policies intended to create a fair workplace may have unintended consequences on managers and job performance.

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