Dr. Christian Jarrett seeks out exciting new research and showcases its relevance for life. A psychologist turned writer, he’s editor and creator of the British Psychological Society's Research Digest blog, a columnist on personality for BBC Future, and author of The Rough Guide to Psychology and Great Myths of the Brain. On Twitter @Psych_Writer.
Humblebragging, the right way.
Put your ego aside—withholding feedback shortchanges both you and the recipient.
Women are more likely to be promoted when an organization is already failing. Men are seen as "less masculine" when working for a woman.
As much as we may try, there is no wall between our work selves and our home selves. Keeping a balance means getting real with how one affects the other.
When we introduce money into the creative equation, it can have profound effects on our mindset affecting our perception of time, morality, and more.
The temporary pain of negative feedback is nothing compared with the crushing experience of project failure.
Research says empathizing with our customers helps us overcome creative blocks and feel more energized than ever.