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A 2010 analysis of articles published in leading psychology journals showed that 95% of all samples came from Western, educated, industrialized, rich, and democratic societies. APS Fellow Robert M. Sellers wants his field to study a broader cross-section of humanity — with investigators from underrepresented groups at the helm. ... More>
Regardless of their qualifications for the job, those perceived as benefiting from nepotism were perceived as less competent than other new hires. ... More>
Rank-and-file employees suffer more reputational damage from an association with an unethical supervisor compared to an unethical subordinate. ... More>
A new study finds that cognitive abilities measured at age 10 have a strong relationship with obtaining a leadership position by age 50. ... More>