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Both Stars and Blunderers Get Bullied at Work

While low performers are typically the targets of bullying from co-workers, research suggests that people tagged as aces are also victimized in more discrete ways. ... More>


ABSAME: A Forum for Behavioral Sciences and Health Professions Education

The 44th Anniversary Meeting of ABSAME will be held October 16–18, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency in Newport Beach, California. This year’s theme, “The Behavioral Science of Interprofessional Education: Confronting […]... More>


A Multicultural Mindset Can Bolster Your Career Prospects

Individuals who adapt and learn about new cultures gain a boost in complex, integrative thinking — a trait that translates to more job opportunities. ... More>


Bonuses More Satisfying When Spent on Others, Study Suggests

Research suggests that encouraging employees to give their end-of-the-year cash bonuses to others is a better morale booster than simply giving them cash to spend on themselves. ... More>


Observer Article

Organizational Researchers Honor J. Richard Hackman’s Legacy

J. Richard Hackman spent nearly a half century exploring the dynamics of teamwork and effective leadership, leaving an indelible mark on the field of organizational psychology. Hackman, a 2013 APS James McKeen Cattell Fellow, passed away in January, and a few of his former students and collaborators gathered at the 25th APS Annual Convention to honor his legacy. ... More>