Weaknesses in Emotion-Expression Research Outlined in New Report
Software that purportedly reads emotions in faces is being deployed or tested for surveillance, hiring, market research, and more. But a report in Psychological Science in the Public Interest finds that facial movements are an inexact gauge of a person’s feelings, behaviors or intentions.
Dedication Buffers Employees Against Boredom, Study Suggests
The time seems to crawl. Your motivation is nil. You feel like your talents are wasting away. You’re not alone. While a recent Gallup poll shows an uptick in job satisfaction, a major part of
How Facial Features Can Influence Your Professional Image
A range of new research suggests that the width of your face, the tilt of your head, and the hair on your face all hold the potential to project a more intimidating professional presence.
Gratitude is the Attitude to Promote Honesty in the Workplace
Cultivating feelings of gratitude can disincentive dishonest behavior by encouraging employees to be content with what they have.
The Risks of Blasting Your Employer on Social Media
A study shows how much people criticize their employers and colleagues on social media, and what consequences they face when they do so.
A Step Toward Leveling the Professional Playing Field for Women
A psychological study suggests a potential way to minimize the impact that gender bias can have on women’s career advancement.