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Women may be no more eager than men to take on crisis-management roles. New research shows when they're more likely to do so, anyway. ... More>
A sample of new studies exploring the stability of intelligence, narcissism and presidential leadership, culture and the heritability of cognitive abilities, disease threat and leadership preferences, and self-induced attentional blink. ... More>
Picking up on someone’s selfish motives when they put up a friendly facade is a critical skill, but new research suggests that a hormone called oxytocin might hinder this ability. ... More>