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  • Why Confident Leaders Are Not Always the Best Leaders

    Why Confident Leaders Are Not Always the Best Leaders0

    In times of crisis people tend to prefer leaders who are decisive, have authority and are sure of themselves. Indeed, these kinds of strong individuals may look like good leaders, but new research suggests the opposite might be true. Narcissistic leaders often seem like good leaders because we think their typical qual­ities like confidence and

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  • It’s Not You Craving That Burger – It’s Your Brain

    It’s Not You Craving That Burger – It’s Your Brain0

    Ever wondered why it’s so difficult not to empty a bag of crisps? And do you criticize yourself for eating that extra piece of lus­cious chocolate pie? Research now shows that you don’t need to blame yourself for your lack of self-control: Our brains are addicted to fatty foods. From an evolutionary perspective, it makes

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  • Research: Who’s Afraid of Red, Green and Blue?

    Research: Who’s Afraid of Red, Green and Blue?0

    We stop for red lights. In many sports the misbehavior of a player results in a red penalty card. Research has shown that – in competitive sports – teams playing in red uniforms often fared better, scor­ing more points than teams that wore blue uniforms. Coincedence? No. Research shows our perception of the color red

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