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We're often economically irrational when choosing how to spend resources like money and time but scarcity can convert us into rational decision makers. ... More>
With a background in developmental psychology and a variable research budget, APS Fellow Albert R. Hollenbeck has helped AARP in a variety of diet and health studies — including a project that revealed coffee’s role in longevity. ... More>
Under-promise and over-deliver, so the advice often goes. But going above and beyond what you promised may not boost your reputation in the office, researchers find. ... More>
In a recent study, a team of psychological scientists theorized that the way people react to negative work evaluations rests largely on their individual goal orientation. ... More>
You’d probably pay more for a slice of pie before Thanksgiving dinner than afterwards, when you’re inevitably stuffed. Researchers explore how visceral states influence the value we place on food. ... More>