Tag Archives: impression management

Stunning piece of psychological research…………..or perhaps not!

Good-looking men are more likely to be selfish, new research claims. The study, carried out by psychology researchers at Brunel University London, used 125 male and female participants to test an evolutionary theory that more attractive individuals profit from social inequality … Continue reading

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Impression Management for Women (true or false?)

Working women dress to impress in power suits on Mondays – but by Friday they’re in jeans By Wednesday most swap high heels for much lower ones – or even flats On Fridays a quarter wear trainers to the office and … Continue reading

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School leavers ‘don’t know how to dress’ and lack literacy and numeracy skills, bosses warn

British students: Business leaders have called for more to be done to close the skills gap with other countries Many school leavers are damaging business because they lack literacy and numeracy skills and do not even know how to dress properly … Continue reading

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