What To Do When the Boss is a Bully?

Leaders who view themselves as less competent are much more likely to act out aggressively towards their subordinates. More>

      

Dressing for Success: From Lucky Socks to the Red Sneaker Effect

Most workplaces observe some sort of dress code, but recent research suggests that bending these rules a bit may enhance perceptions of professional status and power.

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Why We Fall Prey to Misinformation

Even when we know better, we often rely on inaccurate or misleading information to make future decisions. A new review of scientific research explores the reasons why.

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Sleep Makes Relearning Faster and Longer-Lasting

Getting some sleep in between study sessions may make it easier to recall what you studied and relearn what you’ve forgotten, even 6 months later.

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What Is Preregistration, Anyway?

An update to the Psychological Science submissions guidelines explains what preregistration entails, and how the journal is recognizing authors who follow this open-science practice.

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Scientists Challenge Magazine Feature on Historic Brain Research

A group of 200 psychological researchers and other scientists has criticized The New York Times’ publication of a book excerpt, saying it unfairly characterizes the late memory researcher Suzanne Corkin.

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