Editor’s note: Short and to the point with three commonly used strategies people use to cope with boredom.
Editor’s note: An article that looks at the psychological characteristics of lawyers and how these can be used by knowledge management professionals to help lawyers share and create useful content.
Editor’s note: A must-read for anyone designing for behaviour change – using a simple model, Stanford University professor BJ Fogg demonstrates the psychology of online behaviour change.
Mind hacks, recommendations and behavioral heuristics: 2012′s top articles on online consumer behavior
Editor’s note: Thankyou to Richard Sedley for sharing this great post, which is full of resources on online behaviour and persuasion. The focus is consumer behaviour but lost of great resources in here for learning professionals.
Editor’s note: Not aimed at the learning content design but the many of the principles still apply – five useful tips on web design backed up by research.
Editor’s note: Researchers are exploring how specific online communication attitudes – such as individuals’ tendency for online self-disclosure, online social connection, and online anxiety – predicted their compulsive and excessive Internet use. Does excessive participation in social networks foster compulsive and excessive Internet use?
Editor’s note: With Instagram overtaking Twitter on mobile devices we know the importance of images. And we also know the importance of images in learning content, and in our own avatars, etc, which is why this research is worth a look.
Editor’s note: A look at the most pervasive of all workplace performance tools. From motivator to inhibitor, it is the source of much happiness and frustration . . .
Editor’s note: A look at the psychology of waiting in line, the drudgery of unoccupied time and why lifts have mirrors.
Editor’s note: A well referenced, short read on five areas of psychological research, from mentoring to maximising strengths – that can help leaders develop their skills.