False hope for instilling disease resistance and desirable traits?
Intoxication seems to work as an unofficial mitigating factor
Do bigger companies win even when they lose out on corrupt deals?
When beds are limited, turning away the sickest and poorest boosts margins
A listening-and-learning approach is more welcome than professing color-blindness
Membership in a stigmatized group doesn’t predispose acceptance of other stigmatized groups
Perceived differences between “diverse” and “sufficiently diverse”
In experiments, immorality and harm are deemed more extreme merely because an act was punished
That’s helpful information in a social media world filled with friends who do enviable things
Video from officer-worn cameras is judged less negatively than footage captured on dashboard cameras
It’s not just sheep — even go-getters can be susceptible when they feel less in control
Research suggests such a connection when donations are publicized
Successful projects suggest a more thorough cataloging of how “vividness” nudges can help us delay gratification
Revisiting research on Catholic clergy sex abuse: Pennsylvania can expect fewer churchgoers and a painful decline in charitable contributions
A novel framework proposes to reduce angst over schedules and lives
Managers, forced to inform a broader audience, choose not to gather information even for themselves