How variability shapes learning and generalization

Variability is crucially important for learning new skills. Consider learning how to serve in tennis. Should you always practice serving from the exact same location on the court, aiming at exactly the same spot? Although ...

Asking for ideas boosts collective action

Members of minority groups can boost collective action by seeking the ideas and perspectives of fellow group members, new research shows.

Tackling workplace bullying

Workplace bullying has always been a problem but recognition of this problem and how we must stand up to it and try to eradicate it from the workplace culture has only come to the fore in recent years. A conceptual review ...

Navigating Machiavellianism in corporate alliance partnerships

Researchers from University of Leeds and Cardiff University published a new paper in the Journal of Marketing that examines the nature, functioning, and performance relevance of Machiavellianism in alliance partnerships.

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