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Think of a stereotypical salesperson and you’re likely to conjure up someone who’s extraverted and assertive. But a new study suggests that person may not bring in the most sales. ... More>
New research suggests that people with low self-control prefer and depend on people with high self-control, possibly as a way to make up for the skills they themselves lack. ... More>
University of Southern California http://dornsife.usc.edu/nestlab What does your research focus on? I am fascinated by how social interconnections, particularly within families, shape our bodies and brains. For example, are spouses’ ... More>
The concept of social justice is taught in many college courses across numerous disciplines, including social work, political philosophy, education, and psychology. Finding ways of exploring social justice that are meaningful and engaging to students can present significant challenges for any instructor. ... More>