From the yearly archives:
When asked to make a group decision, instead of sharing vital information known only to themselves, people tend to repeat information that everyone already knows.
Forty of the best psychology blogs, chosen to give you a broad sweep of the most interesting content being produced online right now.
Why dissent is vital to effective decision-making.
Research suggests unreasoning hostility to newcomers clearly exists in groups, even when their suggestions are sound.
We are so sensitive to what things are called that our performance may be marred by something as seemingly insignificant as our own initials.
What most groups of people have in common.
If you want someone to comply with a random request for a cigarette, you should speak into their right ear.
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