Holiday parties are a mixed bag. On the one hand, there’s usually lots of good food and drinks. On the other hand there’s the chit-chat, which can be uncomfortable, especially if you’re not used to talking with people you don’t know very well.
It’s not that you lack conversational skills. After all, you can probably talk …[Read More]
It is hard to believe that it is the fall, that time of the year when classes resume and college seniors start to prepare to enter the job market. College career fairs are held every semester and offer students a chance to secure a job before graduation. If you are a current college student, you have probably …[Read More]
The 2012 London Olympics have come to a close and what great games they were. I love the Olympic Games (both summer and winter). It is such a wonderful sight to see athletes from all over the world, standing side-by-side, overcoming language, religious or political differences for the love of their sport. There is so much …[Read More]
Researchers had college students watch different videos of the same fourth grade girl taking an oral achievement test. The only differences in the videos were subtle cues about her social class. Viewers who were led to believe she came from a low-income household assumed that her test performance would be substantially lower than those who …[Read More]