Wharton Professor Adam Grant Makes Case for Four-Day Week
Executives looking to boost productivity on their teams might want to consider an experiment: cutting a day of work from the week. A four-day workweek could increase employee wellbeing while improving the pace of work inside
Up-and-Coming Voices: Revisiting the Classics
Students and early-career researchers discuss their research relating to their contribution to the advancement of psychological science.
Take a Career Break, but Stay In the Game
You got burned out. Your kids needed you. You became a crypto millionaire overnight. Whatever the reason—congrats. Welcome to your career break, length TBD. Time off by choice can be wonderful if you can swing it, a chance to recalibrate
Your Body Knows You’re Burned Out
Dr. Jessi Gold, a psychiatrist at Washington University in St. Louis, knows she’s edging toward burnout when she wakes up, feels instantly angry at her email inbox and doesn’t want to get out of bed.
Fix Burnout—Without Blowing Up Your Life
The emails are piling up, unread. Deadlines are blown. Once jovial video calls are now tense. You suspect burnout. The feeling is an increasingly common one. In a September survey of nearly 700 professionals by
Scientists Have Passions Outside the Lab. We Should Embrace That
In August, I contemplated revealing a personal secret about a postdoc in my lab. But before I did, I reached out to the postdoc, Victoria, to ask for permission: “Do you want me do a