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Feedback and Social Comparison: The Effects of Comparing One's Performance to the Group
Although feedback has been shown to improve performance, few studies have examined the effect of feedback containing information on peer performance. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of feedback on ...
Where is My Mind? The Who, What, and Where of Mind Wandering at Work
Mind wandering is a phenomenon often tackled by cognitive psychologists and overlooked by organizational psychologists, despite numbers suggesting that disengaged employees cost organizations $550 billion a year. Mind ...
Evaluating a Graduated Exposure Treatment to Teach Mask Tolerance Among Children with Autism
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that everyone 2 years and older wear a mask while out in a community setting (CDC, 2020a). It is important for children to learn how to tolerate ...
The Negative Effects of Interruptions on Job Performance and Affective Well-Being
Workplace interruptions are an increasingly prominent and potentially consequential issue. Most studies have found that interruptions can have serious negative consequences for both job performance and affective well-being. ...