Science & Medicine:Social Sciences
What do we mean when we say someone is "overqualified"? Dan and Akin look at why and when highly attractive qualities work against the best person for the job.
- Research Paper: 'Too Good to Hire? Capability and Inferences about Commitment in Labor Markets' by Roman V. Galperin, Oliver Hahl, Adina D. Sterling, Jerry Guo
How Power Corrupts Relationships
Influencing People's Health Choices
How do You Know if Your Career is Your Calling?
Hostile Media or a Paranoid Audience?
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When Negative Feedback Leads to Increased Creativity
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Do Side Hustles Empower or Distract?
Sexual Attraction and High Anxiety
Create a Portable Self for Your Contemporary Career
Spanish Flu: How Resilience, Cooperation and Framing Shape Communities
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What's Next for Squeezing the Orange?
Police Body Cameras Reveal Racial Respect Bias
Self-Affirmation and the Health Benefits of Expressive Writing
Guilt and Shame: Competition and Motivation
Dilution Effect: Pharmaceutical Drugs, Advertising and Arguments
Replication Crisis, Signatures and Dishonesty
Nobel Prize Talks
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