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Recent research shows that cell phone conversations represent a special kind of disruption when you’re trying to catch up on work during a long flight. ... More>
Teaching Current Directions
David G. Myers and C. Nathan DeWall on bringing zero acquaintance research into the classroom and thinking smarter about intelligence. ... More>
Those loquacious folks in the office don’t get away with controlling the dialogue if they're not in positions of leadership, new research shows. That leads to better sharing of information. ... More>
Risk information is often difficult to understand, but research shows that transparent visual aids can help patients to make sound decisions about medical treatments, screenings, and lifestyle choices. ... More>
Companies often put a personal face on products to create a deeper connection with consumers. New research suggests the same idea works for social causes, like recycling and energy conservation. ... More>