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We Developed a Tool to Make Responsible Research and Innovation Easier
Innovation
June 16, 2022

We Developed a Tool to Make Responsible Research and Innovation Easier

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Four Types of Strategic Networks and How They Benefit the Innovation Performance of Energy Firms
Insights
June 10, 2022

Four Types of Strategic Networks and How They Benefit the Innovation Performance of Energy Firms

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Digital Transformation Needs Organizational Talent and Leadership Skills to Be Successful
Jobs
June 8, 2022

Digital Transformation Needs Organizational Talent and Leadership Skills to Be Successful

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We Cannot Cite Our Way to Equality, But Citational Justice Is Vital
Communication
June 3, 2022

We Cannot Cite Our Way to Equality, But Citational Justice Is Vital

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Watch a Social Scientist Reflect on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Watch a Social Scientist Reflect on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

“It’s very hard,” explains Sir Lawrence Freedman, “to motivate people when they’re going backwards.”

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Acknowledging and Commemorating Jewish American Heritage Month

Acknowledging and Commemorating Jewish American Heritage Month

Jewish American Heritage Month occurs every May in the United States.

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Dispatches from Social and Behavioral Scientists on COVID

Dispatches from Social and Behavioral Scientists on COVID

Has the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic impacted how social and behavioral scientists view and conduct research? If so, how exactly? And what are […]

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Watch the 2022 SAGE-CASBS Award Lecture: Jennifer Richeson on the Myth of Racial Progress

Watch the 2022 SAGE-CASBS Award Lecture: Jennifer Richeson on the Myth of Racial Progress

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The problem with this myth of racial equality in the United States, argues Jennifer Richeson, is that is shapes what we see and how we perceive the actual state of racial inequality.

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Timeline of Psychology: A Quick Slideshow

Timeline of Psychology: A Quick Slideshow

This interactive timeline of some of the most important achievements in the field of psychology field as presented at the Introduction to Psychology website. On […]

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What Has COVID Done to Our Trust?

What Has COVID Done to Our Trust?

A recent paper in The Lancet reports that there are significant associations between both trust interpersonally and, in the government, and standardized COVID-19 infection rates.

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International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed every March 21 to bring the international community together as a […]

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Celebrating Nowruz: The Persian New Year

Celebrating Nowruz: The Persian New Year

For more than 3,000 years, Nowruz has been celebrated as the beginning of the new year. Today, it is marked by more than 300 million people all around the world.

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