There’s a Better Way to Manage Time Management

Most working adults feel crunched for time, but new research demonstrates that using a “mental contrasting” strategy can help make time management more manageable. More>

      

How Rude Co-Workers Can Mess Up Your Marriage

Workers who experience incivility on the job end up expressing more aggression towards their spouses at home.

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Distinct Stages of Thinking Revealed by Brain Activity Patterns

By combining two analytical strategies, researchers were able to use fMRI to identify patterns of brain activity that aligned with four distinct stages of problem solving.

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Police Language in Traffic Stops Shows Hidden Bias

A new linguistic analysis based on police recordings from routine traffic stops suggests that police vary the formality of their language depending on the race of the driver.

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Diversifying Science to Represent Diverse Populations

A special series in Clinical Psychological Science highlights the importance of broadening the traditional scope of clinical science research so that it addresses the needs and concerns of diverse populations.

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Putting Corporate Quotas to Work for Women

New international research suggests that diversity quotas for corporate boards can successfully increase the number of women in top leadership positions.

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