Ruthless Competition, Top-Dog Cultures, and Too Few Women
An organizational emphasis on intellectual superiority can contribute to a “masculinity-contest culture” that may discourage women from jumping in.
The Crossroads of Psychology and Entrepreneurship
Nikki Blacksmith and Mo McCusker, cofounders of Blackhawke Behavior Science and corecipients of a 2021 APS Psychological Science and Entrepreneurship Poster Award, discuss their research on the crossroads of business acumen and psychology.
Economic Field Experiments Complement Understanding of Judgment Bias
Field experiments in economics can serve an invaluable intellectual role alongside traditional laboratory research.
Reminders of Years Left, Not Lived, Motivate Older People
For successful messaging to older adults, ditch the stereotypes, consider their future time horizons, and help them savor the moments they can enjoy.
Is Burnout Depression by Another Name?
The feelings of work related exhaustion associated with “burnout” could be a form of depression.
The Creative Genius Within: Learning From Leonardo
Leonardo da Vinci’s creative approach made use of general psychological processes common to every human being.