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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Dave Golokhov
Groupthink A new study from Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute found that most meetings actually make us dumber. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Men's Spending Habits A new study from the University of Minnesota discovered that male spending is tightly correlated to the scarcity of women. When there are fewer women around, men are more apt to spend more. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles Think Differently Ultimately, the key to innovation is not to "think different," but rather, to think about different things. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Investors And Intelligence High-IQ investors were more successful because they minimized their risk with better diversity and had broader exposure to stocks and mutual funds. They also do more research to find the lesser-known value stocks. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Fast Company
January 9, 2012
Christina Chaey
Creating The Perfect Pandora Playlist Takes More Than Algorithms--It Requires Humans The tech wizards in this month's Fast Talk say they know what you want before you do. Here, Pandora CTO Tom Conrad talks about how to use the "musical DNA" of songs to create personal playlists. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Caloric Restriction And Memory A new Italian study on caloric restriction has shown that eating less can give your memory a boost and improve your learning. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
Chris Aung-Thwin
Athlete Role Models "And while the giants of our past have been reduced in size, we begin to see them -- and envy them -- for who they really are: more successful versions of ourselves." mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Smart Drugs Research found in Current Directions in Psychological Science indicates that there's a limit on how smart one person can get -- no matter how much you train their brain and regardless of what type of brain-boosting drugs are on the way. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
December 7, 2011
Carmen Nobel
Are Creative People More Dishonest? In a series of studies, Francesca Gino and Dan Ariely found that inherently creative people tend to cheat more than noncreative people. It's a sobering thought in a corporate culture that champions out-of-the-box thinking. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Information Overload Dr. Ben Searle, senior lecturer of psychology at Macquarie University, says that this overburden of data is leading to an increasing number of mental illnesses in the workplace. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
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