News and Articles About Behavior
Here's why you click 'like' you like mean it.
A recent Gallup poll provides insight into the sneaky, vital and constant ways the devices have come to shape the way we live.
The practice of mainlining shows is becoming increasingly acceptable, although it's still an activity that incites complicated emotions, a new study suggests.
Hold the phone. We're more patient than you think, especially if marketers pull these tricks.
Employers might want to start testing for honesty and humility before hiring or promoting people.
Advance homework and preparation is key to every good first impression.
What do successful business owners do that others don't?
It had nothing to do with good grades or eating all of your vegetables.
If you find yourself doing any of these things, you really should stop -- right now.
News and trends
A recent study from the University of Derby recommends that consumers be given fair warning about the potential addictive properties of mobile devices.
In a world of phony fads, media hype, virtual personas, and personal brands, being genuine is becoming an endangered quality.
'I disciplined my son and he threw a tantrum that I thought was so funny that I disciplined him again just so I could video it,' wrote one participant in a new study about social media addiction.
Tony Robbins says understanding humanity's six basic needs can be an entrepreneurial game-changer.
How you act defines you as a leader. That's why there are so few real leaders nowadays.