Toxic Online Conversations “Let me repeat, You are wrong. And an idiot.” If you have been on the receiving end of this or a similar online reaction, you have a lot of company. The reason is because online conversations … Continue reading When Internet Convos Go Toxic: Science to the Rescue
Workplace Haters, it turns out, are actually attempting to do social engineering. Findings from a new study reveal that highly cooperative and generous people can attract hatred and social punishment, especially in competitive circumstances such as the workplace. Further, researchers … Continue reading Nice, Cooperative Employees Draw Hatred from Co-workers: Study
Imagine that your employer reviewed your tweets on Twitter or posts on other social media around the Internet in the process of doing your performance review. Would you have any reason to be concerned about the outcome? What about potential … Continue reading We Know Who You Are: New Study Reveals There is No Anonymity on the Internet
We all know people who say they feel younger than their chronological age. This “subjective” age may sometimes be accompanied by a physical appearance that is more youthful than a person’s chronological age, and is frequently linked with behaviors and … Continue reading Feeling Younger? You may have a younger brain!
Researchers at Cornell University have conducted a new study and concluded that the biggest regret people in the U.S. have tends to be not having pursued their dreams. The researchers did not compare this to people who have pursued their … Continue reading Not pursuing your dreams causes the biggest regret, says a new study