Back Page: Creativity Research and the Power of Problem Identification
Jing Zhou discusses her research in organizational behavior and the factors that facilitate or inhibit creativity and innovation.
NSF Grant Submission Deadlines
Psychological scientists looking to apply for funding from the US National Science Foundation may be interested in upcoming 2021 deadlines.
Four APS Fellows Elected to National Academy of Sciences
The newly elected members include 59 women, the most in a single year, and 30 international members.
Americans Are Obsessed With Tidying Up. But There’s a Downside to Being Organized
In her bestselling book and Netflix series, Marie Kondo makes the case that decluttering can “dramatically transform” your life. “Detoxing” your spaces of unused and unwanted stuff can make you happier, more confident and maybe
Marie Kondo – does tidiness really equal a clean mind?
If you haven’t heard of Marie Kondo yet, it won’t be long before you do. Thanks to her new Netflix programme, the Japanese tidying guru has become January’s “It girl”. Chance is, you already know
Dominant Leaders are Bad for Groups. Why Do They Succeed?
Dominant group members tend to view others as either allies or foes as a way of evaluating their usefulness.