A “Green” Office May Beat a “Lean” Office

Offices that have plants may provide a boost to employee engagement and work performance, a new study finds. More>

      

New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring the social network complexity and neural response to social information, multisensory integration outside awareness, and perception of consonants among infants.

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Depressed Employees May Benefit From Coming in to Work

Going in to work may help employees suffering from depression better manage their symptoms compared to taking time off, according to a recent study.

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Positive Implicit Messages May Improve Older Adults’ Physical Functioning

Older adults who were exposed to positive stereotypes about aging without being aware of it showed improved physical functioning that lasted up to several weeks, a new study shows.

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Are Angry People Also Angry Drivers? Not Necessarily

While some people are prone to aggressive driving and anger on the road, this bad behavior behind the wheel doesn’t necessarily extend to increased rates of anger off the road.

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Teens’ Science Interest Linked With Knowledge, but Only in Wealthier Nations

Data from an international sample of 15-year-olds indicates that individual science achievement may be influenced as much by broad national-level resources as it is by personal interest and motivation.

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Logic Trumps Gut Instinct in Peer Reviews of Decision Makers

People who utilize a rational approach to making decisions are seen as making better choices than those who make decisions based on gut instinct and intuition.

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