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It’s a universal fact: People hate parking tickets. Even worse than finding that little slip of paper on your windshield is actually ponying up the money to pay the fine. One California man was so outraged over a $41 parking ticket that he sued the city of Sonora for $236,391 in damages....
For leaders who have to make big decisions on behalf of their organizations, overconfidence can lead to disaster. Research has long shown that overconfidence – thinking we know more than we really do – hobbles our decision-making abilities. Overconfidence is such a destructive trait that Nobel...
An internationally recognized leader in the field of cognitive development will deliver the opening keynote address at the upcoming International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) in Vienna, Austria. APS Fellow Linda B. Smith of Indiana University Bloomington will deliver her address,...
According to the World Health Organization (2011), South Africa has 0.27 psychiatrists and 0.31 psychologists per 100,000 people, while Lebanon has 1.41 psychiatrists and 2.12 psychologists for 100,000 people. The lack of mental health providers in these countries presents a barrier for those...

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