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Employees are most likely to lash out at an insufferable boss when they lack self-control and don't fear punishment for their behavior, a new study shows. ... More>
The NBA playoffs are underway, and the Miami Heat are the odds-on favorite to “three-peat.” If they do—or if they don’t for that matter—the outcome will fuel an enduring debate […]... More>
Piccole carezze ai neonati migliorano il loro sviluppo sociale (pleasant touch may promote early social development in infants)
Infants show unique physiological and behavioral responses to pleasant touch, which may help to cement the bonds between child and parent and promote early social and physiological development. ... More>