B-School Research Plumbs the Mysteries of Markets

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B-School Research Plumbs the Mysteries of Markets
Research that will be published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology suggests that nice people are often seen as weak. When faced with fierce competition from another group, people want their leaders to be dominant, but when confronted …
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Crunch Time: Hornets in tourney, Skip Low, YukanRun.com
… degree in clinical psychology (driving down to the North Shore of Massachusetts twice a week to play nearly every position in the North Shore Summer League); and later to Carnegie Institute of Technology for a master's in organizational psychology …
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First Person: A conversation with Kelly McGonigal
McGonigal shares her knowledge, spreads joy and builds community wherever she goes, demonstrating the applications of psychological science to personal health and happiness, as well as organizational success and social change. …
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Making organizations change-ready
The authors are faculty members of the Ateneo de Manila University Department of Psychology. This article is condensed from “Predicting Commitment toward Organizational Change” in the Journal of Social Transformation. For feedback or inquiries, …
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