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June 26, 2023

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Loneliness, Insomnia Linked to Work With AI Systems

Employees who frequently interact with artificial intelligence systems are more likely to experience loneliness that can lead to insomnia and increased after-work drinking, according to research published by the American Psychological ...

Lessons from Blockbusters to Help Teams Adapt

Researchers argue that negative emotions -- if leveraged in the right way -- can help teams adapt. They make their case by dissecting scenes from three blockbuster movies, each of which represent a different type of team and ...

Even Slight Traffic Noise Has a Negative Impact on Work Performance

As cities are densified at a fast pace, there is now construction very close to roads and thoroughfares. It is already known that noise can have a negative impact on human health, but new research shows that as little as 40 decibels of traffic noise -- the typical level of background noise in an ...

Warm-Up Time Corrects Creativity Power Imbalance

Power often boosts an employee's creativity because being powerful liberates the individual from constraints, such as worrying that their ideas will be rejected. However, new research shows that employees who are not in positions of power can become more creative when given time to 'warm up' to a ...

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21st Century Economic Growth Will Be Slower Than We Thought

The global economy will grow slower in the 21st century than economists have expected, a finding that has implications for our ability to adapt to climate change in the coming decades, according to ...

ChatGPT Is Still No Match for Humans When It Comes to Accounting

ChatGPT faced off against students on accounting assessments. Students scored an overall average of 76.7%, compared to ChatGPT's score of 47.4%. On a 11.3% of questions, ChatGPT scored higher ...

Diverse Teams Survive Longer When Facing Environmental Changes

Researchers examined the interplay of environmental change and the internal and external conditions governing a venture's founding. For businesses founded in dynamic environments, they found ...

Research Shows Success of Working from Home Depends on Company Health

An expert in health management shares best practices for working-from-home ...

New Study Suggests That When Forecasting Trends, Reading a Bar Chart Versus a Line Graph Biases Our Judgement

A new study suggests that the format in which graphs are presented may be biasing people into being too optimistic or pessimistic about the trends the graphs display. Academics found that when people ...

Couples Don't Have the Same Experience When Both Work from Home

In dual-earner couples, working from home may be a better deal for husbands than wives in some ways, according to two related studies of workers in China and South ...

Cheerful Chatbots Don't Necessarily Improve Customer Service

Humans displaying positive emotions in customer service interactions have long been known to improve customer experience, but researchers wanted to see if this also applied to AI. They conducted ...

Economic Behavior Not Influenced by Gender or Biological Sex, Study Finds

A new study is the first analysis of transgender and cisgender economic behavior, and the first to consider whether sex assigned at birth plays a significant part in economic ...

Dietary Education Leads to Healthier Lives, Study Finds

Initial data from a clinical research study aimed at increasing diet quality and decreasing cardiovascular risk shows positive results. The study, called Supermarket and Web-Based Intervention ...

Does Throwing My Voice Make You Want to Shop Here?

By breaking the laws of physics in a virtual reality environment, researchers find that changing the location of a virtual assistant's voice in specific ways can be used as a tool to build ...

Scientists Outline Key Policies for Degrowth in the Fight Against Climate Change

Leading researchers in ecological economics have published a strategic policy framework to ensure a just transition to post-growth ...


Study Finds Need for Better Awareness Around Timing of Electricity Usage Among Customers

A new study found that electricity customers often lack awareness of their daily energy-use patterns at home, which could have a serious financial impact as utility companies move toward time-of-use ...

Co-Working Spaces Limit Creativity in the Long Run, a New Study Finds

Co-working spaces can limit the creativity and innovation of new businesses, a study has ...

Volatile Pay for Gig Workers Linked to Health Problems

Gig workers, waiters, salespeople and others who rely on fluctuating income may be paying for wage volatility with their health, according to new ...

People With Mental Disorders Lose Years of Their Working Life, Study Finds

一项新的研究表明,人被诊断为男性tal disorder on average work 10.5 years less compared with the general ...

米anagers Exhibiting Bias Based on Race, Gender, Disability and Sexual Orientation

A study that examined bias in the workplace has found that those in management positions demonstrate explicit and implicit bias toward others from marginalized groups and often express more implicit ...

New Visual Scale Offers Simple Measure to Help Identify Job Burnout

Existing methods of identifying job burnout are lengthy and sometimes proprietary, but new research offers a faster and easier ...

How Voice Technology Influences What We Reveal About Ourselves

The shift from manual to oral communication in our interactions with technology can affect what consumers disclose about ...

Do Voluntary Corporate Pledges Help Reduce Plastic Pollution?

A new analysis finds that while 72 percent of the top 300 companies on the Fortune 500 list have made voluntary pledges to reduce their plastic footprints, most are overwhelmingly focused on ...

Adding a 'Decoy Option' May Give Extra Boost to Crowdfunding

发现一个新的、基于“增大化现实”技术的深入研究支持gument that 'decoy options' can shift consumer preferences. The study is also the first to test this approach in digital markets where ...

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