Exposure to Nature Might Help to Reduce a Psychological Characteristic Underlying Authoritarianism
People who feel more connected to nature also tend to hold more egalitarian views, according to new research published in the journal Environment and Behavior. The study provides some preliminary evidence that exposure to nature can reduce social dominance orientation, a measure of person’s acceptance of hierarchy and inequality among groups.
Pandemic Job Search Anxiety Could Lead To Both Positive and Negative Results
Job seeking, even during a good year, can be a stressful experience. Add in a global pandemic and constrained job markets, and anxiety abounds in many job seekers. That anxiety can be tied to both positive and negative results, according to new research out of the University of Arizona Eller College of Management.