Psychology & Psychiatry

Number-crunching could lead to unethical choices, study shows

Calculating the pros and cons of a potential decision is a way of decision-making. But repeated engagement with numbers-focused calculations, especially those involving money, can have unintended negative consequences, including ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Study suggests fast food cues hurt ability to savor experience

Want to be able to smell the roses? You might consider buying into a neighbourhood where there are more sit-down restaurants than fast-food outlets, suggests a new paper from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management.

Psychology & Psychiatry

In decision-making, it might be worth trusting your gut

Turns out the trope is true: You should trust your gut—as long as you're an expert. So says a new study from researchers at Rice University, George Mason University and Boston College.

Health

ILR survey finds HR pros value disability focus

(Medical Xpress) -- Disability-focused employee networks are key to retaining and advancing workers with disabilities, according to ILR School research released with the Society for Human Resource Management June 7. Such ...

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