People hurt other people to signal their own goodness
People often hurt others because, in their mind, it is morally right or even obligatory to be violent and as a result, they do not respond rationally to material benefits.
"Why you gotta be so rude?" The rise of the 'vicious cycle' of workplace incivility
Uncivil behavior at work can range from criticizing someone in public, rude or obnoxious behavior or withholding important information, to more subtle acts such as arriving late to a meeting, checking email or texting during a meeting, or ignoring or interrupting a colleague.
Information is addictive
We are seeing an increase in the science behind the theory that social media and news sites create an addiction in the same way that money, food or alcohol do.
How to predict how much you‘ll earn
You can go to a palmist, a Tarot reader, or a career counselor to get an idea of your likely future earnings. They will probably be about as accurate as each other. Now, for the first time, an interesting piece of research enables researchers to rank the most important factors that predict future affluence –and the findings might surprise you.
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