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  • Used Car Dealership

    Selling Points: Reference-Price Effects in the Used-Car Market

    Wednesday, September 20, 2023

    More than 38 million used vehicles were sold in the U.S. in 2022, with most of those buying decisions ultimately based on price. But what happens when the asking price deviates from the price consumers expect from their online research?

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  • Theory of Mind research

    New Framework Shows How Theory-Of-Mind Ability in Childhood Affects Adult Outcomes

    Tuesday, September 19, 2023

    Understanding the relationship between childhood cognitive skills and adult outcomes has important implications for policymakers, educators, and even parents who strive to get their kids through school well-prepared to launch a successful career

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  • Postpartum Depression

    Finding Balance: Reentering the Workforce with Postpartum Depression

    Thursday, September 14, 2023

    Around one in seven women develop postpartum depression, but from an organizational and managerial perspective, little is known about how women who go through this critical experience reenter the workforce successfully.

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  • Why Managers’ Attempts to Empower their Employees Often Fail – and Even Lead to Unethical Behavior

    Friday, September 8, 2023

    Management experts often encourage business leaders to motivate employees by empowering them, but a majority of American workers right now are not feeling very motivated on the job, a new survey suggests.

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