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Being ignored, excluded, or overlooked at work inflicts more damage on our physical and mental health than does being harassed, a new study shows. ... More>
Mild task conflict — when group members disagree about the content of a task being performed — could be beneficial for teams, encouraging members to share different opinions and perspectives. ... More>
Watch Nora H. Hope, McGill University, present her research on "Keeping Up with the Joneses: How Friends' Perfectionism Spurs Extrinsic Aspirations" at the 2014 APS Annual Convention in San Francisco. ... More>
Expert Dan Olweus asserts that cyberbullying is far less common than traditional types of bullying. ... More>
Smiling can be a disarming expression on a date or at a social gathering. But smiling at the wrong time could prove hazardous in a business setting, researchers find. ... More>