Losing your job can be a traumatic experience for many people. Indeed, recent research shows that job loss for men is more stressful than divorce. But new insights show that people may be more resilient than previously thought. Also a job you hate may cause more stress than unemployment.
Freedom and personal autonomy are more important to people’s well-being than money, according to a meta-analysis of data from 63 countries published by the American Psychological Association.
America is rapidly becoming a fatherless society, or perhaps more accurately an absentee father society. The importance and influence of fathers in families has been in significant decline since the Industrial Revolution and is now reaching critical proportions.
If you just show enthusiasm , ask questions, speak authoritatively that’s all you’ll need to get that job, make the impression in the group, or make a good presentation—according to many career counselors and advisors. Yet an often overlooked factor—good posture—may be an even more powerful force, particularly if the people you are facing are more powerful and influential in the hierarchy.
Stress causes men and women to respond differently to risky decision making, with men charging ahead for small rewards and women taking their time, according to a new study inSocial Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, published by Oxford University Press. Under stress, men and women also have different brain activation patterns during decision making.