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From moral psychology and applied ethics to workplace diversity and leadership.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on January 17, 2023
Is flexible work working for you? A little creativity can go a long way.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on November 17, 2022
Women and politics: A closer look at gender parity following New Zealand's historical milestone.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on October 3, 2022
Is it time to reconsider how we spend our time? New research explores the move away from work-centric priorities.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on September 15, 2022
It may seem counterintuitive, but quiet quitting can lead to enhanced work engagement
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on May 5, 2022
What leaders and organisations can do to reduce the burden of constant change.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on January 20, 2022
Is COVID-19 seeing more women appointed to leadership in medicine? The glass cliff phenomenon might provide an explanation.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on November 26, 2021
What are the ethical implications of artificial intelligence in our daily lives?
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on October 26, 2021
Is the style of academic psychology writing subject to current trends and conventions? Recent research shows it has become more confident and less formal over time.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on September 6, 2021
It's not enough to simply create marketing campaigns containing messages of virtue. Skeptical consumers will actively look to verify that the brand is delivering on claims.
Melissa A. Wheeler Ph.D. on August 14, 2021
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's scandal and resignation contribute to a lack of public trust in elected leaders, leaving the public wanting more for its leaders.