Highlights – December 2011

In the business world, some people possess high social status, while others have lower social status.  This can be a product of a formal position in the hierarchy or perceptions associated with certain achievements ranging from seniority to professional certifications. Interestingly, a new study published in the journal Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes says that, on average, people with higher social status tend to trust people with lower social status more than vice versa. In three separate experiments, researchers at Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Bu.....
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