The Myth of the ‘Queen Bee’: Work and Sexism
Researchers wondered if the “queen bee” behavior—refusing to help other women and denying that gender discrimination is a problem, for example—might be a response to a difficult, male-dominated environment.
Income Disparities May Be Making Americans Unhappy
U.S. News and World Report: THURSDAY, June 16 — The growing gap between the richest Americans and everyone else is making many people with middle and low incomes unhappy, researchers have found. “Income disparity has
Income Disparity Makes People Unhappy
Many economists and sociologists have warned of the social dangers of a wide gap between the richest and everyone else. Now, a new study, which will be published in an upcoming issue of Psychological Science
Psychology grads face below-average salaries: study
Reuters: U.S. graduates leaving university with a psychology degree face dim salary prospects when they enter the job market despite claims by employers of valuing a liberal arts education, according to a new study. “Face
Will Psych Majors Make the Big Bucks?
A new crop of college graduates have just landed on the job market. Right now they’re probably just hoping to get any job, if at all. However, for psychology majors, the salary outlook in both
Your Name Impacts How Others Judge You
LiveScience: Alexandra will get an A in class but Amber won’t. At least, that’s what their peers expect, according to a small new study of the meanings encoded in people’s names. “The name you give