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Work Disputes Less Troubling When They Involve the Job Itself

If a run-in with a co-worker involves a specific work-related dispute, the tensions tend to abate rather quickly, a new study shows. ... More>


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring performance and awareness in binocular rivalry, tryptophan and interpersonal trust, saccade path planning, and nonconscious learning from crowded sequences. ... More>


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Touch May Alleviate Existential Fears for People With Low Self-Esteem

Research shows that people with low self-esteem, who tend not to see their lives as particularly meaningful, might benefit from touch when confronting existential fears. ... More>