A study in Southern India shows that high-performing roommates may have greater influence than friends or study partners.
A study shows that talking about people behind their backs and voting others "off the island" may actually be good for society.
New research shows how companies can minimize conflicts within their top teams.
Stanford marketing professor Szu-chi Huang finds that what motivates people to achieve a goal changes along the journey.
In his quarterly column, a Stanford professor of organizational behavior describes how group membership influences behavior.
Researchers find that just reading about God can affect people’s behavior on tasks, even the behavior of non-believers.
A Stanford scholar discusses a collaborative, human-centered approach to solving some of the world's most pressing problems.
What neuroscience tells us about getting the best out of yourself, your colleagues, and the boss.
The co-author of Influencing Up describes how to build a more productive relationship with the boss.
In a Hong Kong speed-dating experiment, male undergrads have mixed reactions to women who play hard to get.