Pedestrian injuries from falls versus motor vehicle collisions: are we lacking critical policy and interventions?
With most injuries occurring in urban spaces, what changes are required for urban design, policy, and the built environment, and what much needed interventions are important tools for reducing pedestrian fall related morbidity?
Thinking about God inspires risk-taking for believers
Do those who believe God will protect them from negative consequences, feel more confident in pursuing dangerous activities because of a perceived safety net?
Having a bad boss makes you a worse employee
How does an abusive boss adjust the way you think and work? This article looks at the cognitive factors of abusive leadership and how it effects employee performance.
Two out of three corporate frauds go undetected
Corporate fraud is like an iceberg: a small number is visible, but much more lurks below the surface.
Dark side to CEOs with high integrity
Are CEOs with high integrity a negative influence on innovation, pro activeness and risk-taking?
Extroverted? You may have better financial outcomes
How do the “Big Five” personality traits—openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness and neuroticism—impact financial decision making and risk taking? How can this information help financial planners to better serve their clients and become really helpful allies?
Why some firms prepare for natural disasters and others don't
Have you noticed that despite the increasing frequency and severity of floods, storms, wildfires and other natural hazards, some firms in disaster-prone areas prepare while others do not? I’ve noticed this phenomenon from China to the US and Australia and it never ceases to amaze me.
Tylenol makes you take more risks
People who took acetaminophen—used by nearly one quarter of Americans each week—rated activities like “bungee jumping off a tall bridge” and “speaking your mind about an unpopular issue in a meeting at work” as less risky than people who took a placebo.
Join our tribe
Subscribe to Dr. Bob Murray’s Today’s Research, a free weekly roundup of the latest research in a wide range of scientific disciplines. Explore leadership, strategy, culture, business and social trends, and executive health.