Individuals are more likely to persist if they receive their first reward after completing a chunk of a task followed by a stream of small incentives.
Developing a skill such as public speaking can be uncomfortable, but new research shows that instead of avoiding discomfort, seeking it out can actually result in better motivation.
Employees or managers who view themselves as more professional are more vulnerable to unethical behavior such as conflicts of interest, study.
Research by Associate Professor Emily Garbinsky presents a lesson for marketers: food and experiences don’t mix.
Both liberals and conservatives consider bodily markets morally wrong, but they do so for different reasons, according to new research.
How many cat videos can you watch in one sitting? Associate Professor Kaitlin Woolley ’12, says they’re like potato chips: You can’t consume just one.
Professor Michael Waldman has found important links between lateral job moves in relation to promotions, wage dynamics, and education.