Post tagged "social-psychology"


Aug 18, 2017

NYU Stern Publishes Revealing Dating Research Data

NYU Stern Publishes Revealing Dating Research Data

For any of our brave readers currently swimming with sharks in the dating pool, you might want to take a gander at new research that might help you avoid getting eaten alive—or pulled into some rip tides, figuratively speaking.

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Jul 27, 2017

Stanford GSB Study Finds Attitudes Can Predict Results

Stanford GSB Study Finds Attitudes Can Predict Results

The Stanford Graduate School of Business recently revealed new research that explores the conflict between how you feel, how you want to feel and how your desire to close the gap between the two are more predictive of the outcome.

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Nov 24, 2016

Stanford GSB Research: Ambivalence Helps Us Take Risks

Stanford GSB Research: Ambivalence Helps Us Take Risks

Stanford’s Graduate School of Business recently published an article by Eilene Zimmerman on a paper co-authored by social psychology professor Christian Wheeler and Yale’s Taly Reich that appeared this past April in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
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Aug 4, 2016

Stanford Finds Clear Link Between Personalities & Musical Preferences

Stanford Finds Clear Link Between Personalities & Musical Preferences

Stanford’s Graduate School of Business published an article last week on the startling connection between musical preferences and personalities revealed in a new paper, entitled “The Song Is You: Preferences for Musical Attribute Dimensions Reflect Personality,” co-authored by Stanford assistant professor of organizational behavior Michal Kosinski, music psychologist and lead author David Greenberg of Cambridge, Daniel Levitin of McGill (author of the best-selling This Is Your Brain on Music), and Jason Rentfrow at Cambridge. Continue reading…