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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>
New research offers a nuanced view of what scientists call career adaptability — the ability to manage existing and impending career challenges. ... More>
Every day people make judgments and decisions, even when they don’t have the necessary information. Ramadhar Singh studied how people, when making predictions about others, infer the missing information from […]... More>
People who derive a sense of security from the status quo are significantly more likely to follow one ethical lapse with another, according to new research. ... More>