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Thinking of Time as Money Stifles ‘Green’ Behaviors

Researchers from the University of British Columbia find that people who are paid hourly, rather than salaried, are far less likely to recycle and engage in environmentally friendly behaviors. ... More>


How to Combat Inequality in the LGBT Community

Although mainstream support for LGBT individuals has been steadily growing, workplace discrimination — both explicit and implicit — still poses many challenges. APS Board Member Mikki Hebl (Rice University) argues […]... More>


Psychological Scientists Address the Challenges of an Aging Workforce

Researchers are finding evidence-based solutions to new challenges as the world’s workforce lives longer and retires later. ... More>


Customer Loyalty May Depend on the Race of a Company’s Leader

Using a combination of experimental and archival data, researchers find that consumers are more likely to turn their backs on black leaders compared to white ones. ... More>


Two Hormones Predict Negotiators’ Success

A new study finds that fluctuations in testosterone and cortisol can influence the social and economic outcomes of a negotiation. ... More>