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Scientists find physical clutter negatively affects your ability to focus, process information (Study, in Unclutterer)

“Researchers at the Princeton University Neuroscience Institute published the results of a study they conducted in the January issue of The Journal of Neuroscience that relates directly to uncluttered and organized living. […] When your environment is cluttered, the chaos … Continue reading

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Influencing others by showing emotion: a new emotional ability? (Study, in BPS OccupationalDigest)

“…consequences of these displays. Anger at those who have neglected their duties can provoke them to redouble their efforts, guilt displays increase the likelihood of forgiveness, and positive emotions can result in more pro-social behaviour. Clearly there is an advantage … Continue reading

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Maintaining neutrality at work has negative consequences: Study

“Requiring an employee to maintain a disposition that conveys neutrality has negative side-effects for such workers personally, their on-the-job performances and the impressions they leave on people they interact with, new research suggests.” http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/canada/Maintaining+neutrality+work+negative+consequences+Study/4098921/story.html

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