Learning and Psychology

Research on Learning, Development, and Psychoogy

A hierarchy’s perceived shape determines the quality of employee relationships and performance in groups
An unusual look at the economic and interpersonal consequences of deflecting direct questions
New research demonstrates that high jargon use is driven by increased concern with audience evaluations over conversational clarity
Adventurous new research concludes that CEOs with uncommon names are more likely to make unique strategic choices
Depending on how you think of it, Bayesian updating is the most — or least — used decision-making technique in business
New research illuminates how managers can combine intuition and experience to make better decisions in moments of high uncertainty
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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