Does assessing question-asking behavior give us valuable data about women’s empowerment and gender equality? Or does it simply give us one piece of data from a much larger pie?
New research indicates that consumers are catching on and may be annoyed by certain nudges, potentially limiting the nudges’ effectiveness.
It is the fate of thousands of teenagers applying to dozens of selective institutions that they will not get what they deserve.
Drawing on her nearly three decades of work on bias as a researcher and advisor to police forces across the country, psychologist and MacArthur Fellow Jennifer Eberhardt has penned a new book.
Von Hippel puts forth an evolutionary metaphor for two very different types of leadership.
When we tell ourselves we can’t do something, it might just be that we are seeing something as more challenging than it really is.
To fix the hiring process, we have to replace hubris with heuristics.
No one quite knows how a local radio station in Texas managed to have one of the most popular posts on Facebook.
How we conceive of behaviors like self-control, overconfidence, and happiness today bears little resemblance to their evolutionary origins, argues psychologist William von Hippel.