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Woe is me (but maybe not you): How powerful people experience injustice

Powerful people may well be sensitive to injustice and unfairness, but a recent study shows that they are much more likely to feel this way if they are the alleged victims. 244 more words

Psychology And Work

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Letters From Those Abused and Afraid

Letters From Those Abused and Afraid.

I’m hearing from more and more doctors via my survey, emails and phone calls.  At this point the patterns are becoming crystal clear and they involve the same “physician wellness” actors, the same “PHP-approved” assessment and treatment facilities and the same commercial… 232 more words

Physician Suicide

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Sociopaths are all around us in all professions, and nobody is immune to the detrimental effects. Where ever there is a position of power over others there is the likelyhood that there is a Sociopath in charge. I will definately be adding this blog to the list of resourses.

Play well or Go Home- People Skills to succeed.

It is a known fact by now that diversity is the name of the game in today’s workplace and we are getting increasingly global by the minute with people from different parts of the world coming together to work. 1,054 more words


Workplace bullying 2.0: Psychology and mental health By David Yamada Host of Minding The Workplace

In April 2012

David Yamada wrote:

Industrial/organizational psychology & occupational health psychology

Of all the major disciplines relevant to studying, preventing, responding to workplace bullying, the fields of industrial/organizational psychology and its emerging sibling, occupational health psychology, rank first in terms of research and practice.

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