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For those low on the workplace totem pole, it often seems like clawing — rather than climbing — might be the most effective way to get to the top. ... More>
Teaching Current Directions
C. Nathan DeWall and David G. Myers write about teaching students why people drive aggressively and how psychological science can support smarter medical decisions. ... More>
Supervisors often resort to bullying to compensate for their own feelings of incompetence. But studies show that bosses lower their aggression when they feel appreciated. ... More>
Boosting testosterone can promote generosity in certain situations, indicating that the hormone's effects are more nuanced than previously thought. ... More>