Extrinsic motivation is a behavior driven by a desire to receive external rewards. These rewards can include money, fame, praise, and recognized educational achievement.
Context switching makes us less effective as workers, increases the number of mistakes we make, and costs the global economy upwards of $450 billion annually.
When I write about meaningful work, a topic that I believe to be at the center of all that it means to be human, it’s projects such as Lego Braille Bricks that...
Diffusion of responsibility is a sociopsychological event in which the presence of others makes it less likely for those present to take responsibility for the situation at hand.
The bystander effect occurs when the presence of more witnesses to a crime, accident, or other event decreases the chances of any of them coming forward to help.