When facing a risk of immediate failure, people often avoid it, even if it improves the odds of success.
Superstition pervades finance, real estate, and corporate settings. Managers and marketers can use it to their advantage.
Do people in a particular physical state seek out balance through their psychological state, and vice versa? And if so, why?
While overt racism may be on the wane in the US, research suggests it remains just below the surface.
Recent evidence suggests that many people give to others largely to gain a “warm glow”—that satisfied feeling that follows doing a good deed.