Tag Archives: Psychology

CFP: Psychology of Women and Equalities Review Special Issue – Feminisms and Leadership

From the FLP mailbox: Call for Papers: Psychology of Women and Equalities Review Special Issue –  Feminisms and Leadership ‘Leadership’ is a highly regulative practice, and is pervasive in our personal and political realms. Under late capitalism, academic and popular … Continue reading

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Markey‐Towler on Psychology & Institutional Theory

Brendan Markey‐Towler (University of Queensland – School of Economics) has posted Rules, Perception and Emotion: When Do Institutions Determine Behaviour? on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: This paper seeks to contribute to institutional theory by providing it with a stronger basis in … Continue reading

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"The idea that [Steven] Pinker, a liberal, Jewish psychology professor, is a fan of a racist, anti-Semitic online movement is absurd on its face…"

"… so it might be tempting to roll your eyes and dismiss this blowup as just another instance of social media doing what it does best: generating outrage. But it’s actually a worthwhile episode to unpack, because it highlights a … Continue reading

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The Estate Planning — Psychology Interface

The following excerpts are from Elda Di Re & Terry Eyberg, Psychology of Succession Planning, Forbes.com, Oct. 21, 2008: The family must * * * consider the psychology of succession planning, which includes a number of emotional issues that can… … Continue reading

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