Powerful people are quick to notice injustice when they are victimized, research finds
Powerful people respond quickly to unfair treatment when they are the victims, but they are less likely to notice injustice when they benefit or when others are victimized...
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Powerful people are quick to notice injustice when they are victimized, research finds
Powerful people respond quickly to unfair treatment when they are the victims, but they are less likely to notice injustice when they benefit or

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A ‘Forest Instead of the Trees’ Viewpoint May Motivate Change after Negative Feedback

Negative feedback can sting, but thinking about the big picture may help transform criticism into positive change, according to new research publis

Apr17
Self-affirmations may calm jitters and boost performance, research finds
When the stakes are high, people in positions of low power may perform better by using self-affirmations to boost their confidence, according to

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