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Sleep Deprivation Linked To Inappropriate, Unethical Behavior on the Job

A lack of adequate sleep may impede workers’ self-control, leading to more deviant and unethical behavior at work. ... More>


Expressing Anger Linked with Better Health in Some Cultures

We're urged to manage anger or suffer its ill effects, but new data from the US and Japan suggest that anger may be linked with better health in certain cultures. ... More>


Tough Thanksgiving Traffic May Turn Some Drivers into Turkeys

Stressful holiday road conditions can lead to dangerous and aggressive behavior behind the wheel, especially for drivers in a hurry. ... More>


One Scary Boss Can Spook the Whole Office

The bad behavior of one abusive supervisor can have a trickle-down effect, increasing rates of hostility and abusive behavior throughout all levels of the workplace. ... More>


Are Angry People Also Angry Drivers? Not Necessarily

While some people are prone to aggressive driving and anger on the road, this bad behavior behind the wheel doesn’t necessarily extend to increased rates of anger off the road. ... More>