What is the role of personality in organized crime? Recent research may provide some answers about the link between leadership and the psychology of criminal behavior.
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Before COVID-19, working from home was a fringe benefit, and fully remote workers were a minority. Now, it’s the norm. Here are some tips for employees and employers to make the most of the pros and cons of remote work.
To use humor effectively in the workplace, individuals must have some degree of strategic self-awareness.
Personality tests vary in quality, so employers must know the basic answer to the question, “how do personality tests work?”
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Could the COVID-19 pandemic be changing personality assessment scores? If you’ve wondered this, you’re not alone. Our researchers were curious too. Here’s what they learned.
The MBTI personality test, short for Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, is known around the world. But popularity doesn’t mean a test is effective, and not all tests are alike. Learn why.
Using personality tests in interviews safeguards against hiring pitfalls and helps identify candidates who are likely to succeed in the role.
Patience has been described as both a virtue and a vice, so how can we tell which it is in a given circumstance? The academic literature doesn’t provide an answer, but personality psychology might.
If you’re interested in learning about personality tests such as the Hogan Personality Inventory, or HPI, it’s helpful to learn about the Big Five personality characteristics and their role in personality research.