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On SAGE Insight: Combining your home and work life can be better for job performance, say researchers

Article title: Out of Sight, Out of Mind? How and When Cognitive Role Transition Episodes From Human Relations Leaving work at the office and home at the door may not always be the best strategy for employee well-being and performance, … Continue reading

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Real men don’t eat quiche: regulation of gender-expressive choices by men

From: Social Psychological and Personality Science While it is recognized that Barbie dolls are perceived as feminine and Action figures as masculine, less is considered about the gender associations related to everyday items like the food we choose to eat. This … Continue reading

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