Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: The Morality of Larks and Owls: Unethical Behavior Depends on Chronotype as Well as Time of Day Brian C. Gunia, Christopher M. Barnes, and Sunita Sah In 2014, Kouchaki and Smith published an article suggesting that people are more moral in the More
It makes sense that a family argument at the breakfast table could sour someone’s mood in the office, impacting their performance at work. But new research suggests that, for supervisors, experiences at home don’t just spill over to their lives at work, they can actually become “contagious” throughout the rest More
Inc.: Employees who tell it like it is without any concern for your feelings might get on your nerves a bit–but they are the most undervalued people in business. That’s according to Adam Grant, author of the book Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success. Grant calls these kinds of people “disagreeable givers.” “Disagreeable More
Coping with an abusive boss can have major impacts on employee well-being, and research has even shown that a bad boss can make people sick, leading to increased rates of heart attack, high blood pressure, anxiety, and chronic stress among employees. But a scary boss doesn’t just impact his or More
Over the years, I have been surprised by the number of my friends or acquaintances in psychology who have become deans, provosts, and even university presidents. One of those individuals is Peter Salovey, whom I have known since I was a young faculty member and he was an undergraduate student More
Inc.: Are CEOs are properly compensated, compared to unskilled workers? If you think so, you’re in the minority. That’s one takeaway from recent research by Chulalongkorn University’s Sorapop Kiatpongsan and Harvard Business School’s Michael Norton. Their other key finding is a fascinating distillation of what people think CEOs should make compared to unskilled workers. Here are More
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