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COVID-19 and the workplace: Implications, issues, and insights for future research and action.
A broad-scope overview provides an integrative approach for considering the implications of COVID-19 for work, workers, and organizations while also identifying issues for future research and insights to inform solutions.
Making a Difference Matters: Impact Unlocks the Emotional Benefits of Prosocial Spending
Mental Health During the First Year of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Review and Recommendations for Moving Forward
- L. Aknin, J. De Neve, Y. Ben Amor
- MedicinePerspectives on psychological science : a journal…
- 19 January 2022
A review of the evidence indicates that anxiety, depression, and distress increased in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, while suicide rates, life satisfaction, and loneliness remained largely stable throughout the first year of the pandemic.
Experimenting during the shift to virtual team work: Learnings from how teams adapted their activities during the COVID-19 pandemic
Finding the middle ground: Curvilinear associations between positive affect variability and daily cortisol profiles.
- Lauren J. Human, Ashley V. Whillans, C. Hoppmann, P. Klumb, S. Dickerson, Elizabeth W. Dunn
- 1 December 2015
Findings provide some of the first evidence that PA variability is related to daily cortisol profiles, suggesting that it may be better to experience a moderate degree of positive affect variability.
Valuing Time Over Money Is Associated With Greater Happiness
How do the trade-offs that we make about two of our most valuable resources—time and money—shape happiness? While past research has documented the immediate consequences of thinking about time and…
Happiness and Prosocial Behavior: An Evaluation of the Evidence
Winning the War for Talent: Modern Motivational Methods for Attracting and Retaining Employees
Given the struggle that many organizations face hiring and retaining talent in today’s tight labor market, it is critical to understand how to effectively reward employees. To address this question,…
Facebook undermines the social belonging of first year students