Learning and Psychology

Research on Learning, Development, and Psychoogy

A hierarchy’s perceived shape determines the quality of employee relationships and performance in groups
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An unusual look at the economic and interpersonal consequences of deflecting direct questions
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New research demonstrates that high jargon use is driven by increased concern with audience evaluations over conversational clarity
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Depending on how you think of it, Bayesian updating is the most — or least — used decision-making technique in business
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New research illuminates how managers can combine intuition and experience to make better decisions in moments of high uncertainty
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New research looks at how couples deal with their partners' job stresses at home and finds women to be more supportive than men
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Intriguing research suggests we underestimate the value of reflection in learning new and complex skills
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