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Observations about how people make seemingly random choices have helped Maya Bar-Hillel develop a living framework to classify simultaneous choices. ... More>
In a new report, an international research team presents recommendations for organizations and policymakers on taking advantage of the benefits of a diverse workforce. ... More>
Cancer survivors face subtle forms of hiring discrimination, making it harder for them to land jobs, a new study indicates. ... More>
Evoking negative stereotypes about older drivers can actually have a detrimental influence on seniors’ driving performance, according to new research. ... More>