It is not a big workload that causes depression at work. An unfair boss and an unfair work environment are what really bring employees down, new study shows.
Lesley Rodgers's insight:
“When high levels of work pressure and depression appear to be linked in people’s consciousness, it is not because a heavy workload increases the risk of depression. Or that’s not what we found in our study. Instead, depression can make work assignments appear insurmountable, even though the depression was not caused by the workload.”
Psychologist Elizabeth Loftus studies memories. More precisely, she studies false memories, when people either remember things that didn't happen or remember them differently from the way they really were.
The University of Edinburgh has bowed to pressure from students and campaign groups and is withdrawing funding from Ultra Electronics. The company, headquartered at Greenford in Middlesex, makes navigation controls for the U.S. fleet of Predator and Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles.
Melissa Bachman's sickening grin photographed behind the corpse of a slain lion is an image that you might have a hard time putting out of your mind, and you'd be forgiven for thinking that behind those unnaturally white teeth is a person without...
Boris Johnson is under fire for initially justifying London hosting the world's largest arms fair as it offered "legal weapons", after two arms dealers attending the fair were expelled for promoting torture implements that broke UK law.