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Magazine articles on psychology.
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HBS Working Knowledge
December 1, 2011
Thinking Slow: An Argument for Bureaucracy? Jim Heskett explores the argument for a more deliberative approach to problem solving offered up in the new Daniel Kahneman book, Thinking, Fast and Slow. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
On Wall Street
December 1, 2011
Denise Federer
The Advisor's Guide To Stress Management This past year has been both challenging and profitable for many of the financial advisors that I coach. mark for My Articles 147 similar articles
December 2011
Marshall Lager
My Latest Excuse I mentioned last month that I'd finally gotten around to reading Jane McGonigal's awesome book about gamification, Reality Is Broken, and I'm here to tell you I'm angry at myself for having put it off as long as I did. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Bad Bosses And Stress Having a bad boss, like C. Montgomery Burns or Cosmo Spacely can make you dread coming into the office, but a new study shows that the stress stretches beyond the boundaries of work. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Mental Health And Women A new report shows that one in four American women use prescription medication to combat mental disorders, and the numbers are on the rise. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Leadership Qualities Having a huge ego, a need for attention and being an overall narcissist doesn't sound like a trio of compliments but a new study shows that those qualities can make you a good leader. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Workaholics Workaholics are typically associated with being obsessive-compulsive, overstressed and overworked. But a new study shows that workaholism isn't so bad, after all. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
John Romaniello
Productivity Tips Some people are what we call high performers. They are exceptionally focused, insanely organized and (therefore) incredibly productive. Others are... well, not. mark for My Articles 165 similar articles
Wendy Walsh
Deal With Failure Thoughts create feelings. Feelings create moods. Moods create failure or success. Garret Kramer has written a new book called Stillpower that goes into detail about this concept. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Joshua Linam
Why Looks Matter Over time, people have grown really good at judging situations fast. Interestingly, the same holds true with clothes. People judge your outfit in a fraction of a second. You walk through the door and -- bam -- they've already formed an opinion of your attire and of you. mark for My Articles 318 similar articles
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