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UMass Amherst, UPenn research suggests invoking moral obligation may help
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Study of US data shows persistent social norms about male breadwinning can harm men’s mental health.
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The stereotype for only children is that they are selfish, or more self-centered than those with siblings.
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It’s increasingly common for managers to direct employees to “be creative” during office brainstorming sessions. But should employees acquiesce to that managerial edict?
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Morality plays a role in everyday lives, from interactions with friends and strangers, to political views and social influences.
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Washington, DC - Some research shows facts are better received when presented on their own. Other studies show facts are more accepted when interwoven with stories; stories can help bridge emotional connections.