Economists in Germany find that expressing feelings to someone who hurts you could make you more generous to others.
The conclusion of new research finds that imagining yourself as a stereotypically creative person improves one’s performance on a standard test of creative thinking.
First Lady Michelle Obama wrote that it’s time to change the way we talk about mental health in a new Huffington Post piece. In her essay, Obama included the common statistic that about one in five adults suffer from mental illness and that many are too afraid to get the help they need because of the societal taboo surrounding mental illness.
Sleep deficiencies can undermine important forms of leadership behavior and eventually hurt financial performance. This article will explore the link between sleep and leadership before discussing solutions that can improve both individual well-being and organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
By trying to cure stress in the workplace, we’re treating a symptom (or many of them), not a cause.
There are three methods to handle situations of all kinds more efficiently.
There’s evidence that mindfulness meditation can improve how we age and even fight disease. Yet, little is known about the brain changes behind the effects.
Our brains aren’t designed for the type of work we do, which is why we’re always distracted. But two rules can help you retrain your brain.
Why cultures that value interdependence, like Japan, win at being deep
Almost no one who thinks about bias — what forms it takes, how it trips up effective decision-making, and so on — does so more often or more carefully than behavioral economists do.