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From NY Times: Moral intuitions are being drawn out of people in the lab, on Web sites and in brain scanners, and are being explained with tools from game theory, neuroscience and evolutionary biology.
Drawing on her own groundbreaking research with thousands of men and women, research psychologist and University of California psychology professor Lyubomirsky has pioneered a detailed yet easy-to-follow plan to increase happiness in our day-to-day lives
As the airline embraces social media to create new customer touch-points, you can witness the emergence of social networking as an interactive marketing communication tool that works from a relationship marketing perspective.
Being a member or leader of a workplace team can be a frustrating experience, particularly if your team is ineffective or routinely gets mired in unhealthy conflict. All teams go through “stages” before reaching a level of high performance.
From ChangeThis: How many times do pure hunches alone lead to legendary success? The answer upon closer inspection: pretty rarely.