No reason to smile – Another modern psychology classic has failed to replicate — Research Digest

What should psychological research learn from this example? First, human beings are capable of self-interpreting, which refer to the ability to determine what are signs out of innumerable things, events and phenomena. In contrast, other species, including plants, or even static material substances, such as iron bars and stones, involuntarily respond to signs. These are … More No reason to smile – Another modern psychology classic has failed to replicate — Research Digest

Stories of contradiction

Management and organization studies have been revealing an abundance of stories that counter orthodox rational choice models. Despite the ability to engage readers, counter-narratives against conventional views on organizations, such as machine, biological/organic, game, dramaturgical, and ritual models, appear to remain to be conceived as context-specific, thus, less generalizable stories or episodes. By focusing on … More Stories of contradiction