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At a symposium at the 2015 APS Annual Convention, clinicians and researchers explored how insights gleaned from psychological science can inform health care strategies and procedures to ultimately improve patient outcomes. ... More>
New research shows how the right kind of conflict can enhance team performance, while other varieties can lead to personal drama and productivity loss. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring the relationship between costly signaling and trust among groups and investigating factors that predict why adolescent friendships end. ... More>
CEOs who possessed “trustworthy” facial features were less likely to take the blame when their company hit a financial pitfall. ... More>