Author Archive

Caroline Brooks


You’re More Likely to Mess Things Up Without Enough Sleep

Sleep deprivation messes with our 'placekeeping' ability, which makes us make more mistakes on tasks that have more than a few simple steps.


Nearly Half of Sexual Harassers Can Go Back to Work

After getting fired for sexual harassment in the workplace, many harassers are able to come back to work because of weak company policies.


Trust Isn’t Simple When It Comes To Government

Do you trust the government? New research digs deeper than previous gauges to understand what people really think.


Major Facebook Users Are Worse At Making Decisions

New research shows a connection between social media use and impaired risky decision-making.


For The Sleep-Deprived, Small Distractions Can Have Dire Results

A new study pinpoints just how much distractions hinder memory for sleep-deprived people, which can keep them from successfully completing tasks.


Email Distractions Make Bosses Worse Leaders

When bosses gets distracted by email, they aren't nearly as good at reaching their work goals, which has an impact on their employees.