Both Stars and Blunderers Get Bullied at Work
While low performers are typically the targets of bullying from co-workers, research suggests that people tagged as aces are also victimized in more discrete ways.
Idealistic Thinking Linked With Economic Slump
Envisioning a bright future should pave the way for success, right? Maybe not. Research suggests that thinking about an idealized future may actually be linked with economic downturn, not upswing. “[F]antasizing about having attained a
I/O Researcher Named Interim President of FSU
APS Fellow Garnett S. Stokes, who previously served as provost and executive vice president for Academic Affairs at Florida State University (FSU), has been chosen to serve as interim president of FSU. Stokes will lead
Hire like Google? For most companies, that’s a bad idea.
Los Angeles Times: Laszlo Bock, the head of human resources at Google, made quite a splash with his announcement last year that the technology firm has changed the way it hires people. Gone are the
Celtics won’t hit bottom of the league
The Boston Globe: The Celtics beat the once-great Pistons, 118-111, at the Garden Sunday night in front of a hearty sellout crowd. Yowza. In Tankville parlance, we’d call this a 4-point game — in reverse.
Shortstop Psychology: The Mystery of the Yips
The Huffington Post: Henry Skrimshander is a shortstop and the star of Chad Harbach’s lyrical novel The Art of Fielding. Henry plays for the fictional Westish College, and his flawless defensive play is attracting the