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Preventing Job Turnover By Identifying What Makes People “Seekers” or “Stayers”

Many factors go into an employee’s decision to leave or stick with a job, but new research may help managers prevent turnover before it happens. ... More>


When It Comes to Making Choices, Ignorance Really Can Be Bliss


People Show “Blind Insight” Into Decision Making Performance

People can gauge the accuracy of their decisions, even if their decision making performance itself is no better than chance, a phenomenon researchers call "blind insight." ... More>


Can People Tell When They’re Too Sleepy to Drive Safely?

Drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving, leading a team of researchers to ask whether sleepy drivers can accurately determine when they’re too tired for safe driving. ... More>


How Trustworthy Is The Voice of Your GPS?

Drivers' attitudes and road behavior may be influenced by the perceived ‘personality’ of the voice used in vehicles to provide turn-by-turn navigation directions. ... More>