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Sep24
Sep 24, 2019 As an Act of Self-disclosure, Workplace Creativity Can Be Risky Business

by Phil Ciciora

It’s increasingly common for managers to direct employees to “be creative” during office brainstorming sessions. But should employees acquiesce to that managerial edict?

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Sep5
Sep 05, 2019 Hunter-gatherers Agree on What is Moral, but not Who is Moral

Morality plays a role in everyday lives, from interactions with friends and strangers, to political views and social influences.

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Oct14
Oct 14, 2019 Are Parents Happier Than People Without Children? The Answer Depends on Whether You’re a Mom or a Dad

by Katherine Nelson-Coffey, Ph.D.

Mothers and fathers often play different roles at home, and this difference can affect their happiness as parents.

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Oct11
Oct 11, 2019 Unconscious and Unaccountable: What Happens When We Attribute Discrimination to Implicit Bias?

by Natalie Daumeyer

When people believe discrimination was caused by unconscious bias they hold perpetrators less accountable.

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Stephanie Tobin

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