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Women May See Tradeoff Between Power at Home and at Work

A new study shows that more decision making power in the home may lead to less interest in workplace power for women. ... More>


The troubling flaws in how we select experts


More Breaks May Help You Go With the “Flow” at Work

Taking more time for breaks during the work day may actually improve work performance by increasing experiences of “flow,” according to new research. ... More>


Mixed Motives May Mess Up Motivation

Two motives are better than one, right? Social science suggests otherwise: being motivated by both internal and instrumental aims may ultimately undermine persistence and performance on the job. ... More>


Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2014 Annual Meeting

The HFES 2014 Annual Meeting will be held October 27–31, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.... More>