Which one walks out happier?
Forced to nod in agreement, workers may embrace conspiracy theories, be less trusting
Intoxication seems to work as an unofficial mitigating factor
Test's originator was a central co-author but died before its completion
Information helps users decide when, and whether, to venture outside or exercise
GOP legislatures often made firearm laws looser after infamous events
A separate motivator: friends living in areas abundant in solar panels
The bandwagon effect boosts the top vote-getter in preliminary rounds
Output at a Chinese garment factory rose 10%
The same gift, with a message on saving the recipient time, is more welcome
Whites reprimanded for using a Black stereotype express fewer biases about Latinx people and women
Only after a Rush Limbaugh broadcast did evacuation rates diverge politically
Cards redeemable only at a favorite store beat adding a second, less-loved retailer
When CEO and analyst share a first name, earnings estimates are sharper
Do bigger companies win even when they lose out on corrupt deals?
Decision making research may sometimes rush to judgment