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The Occupational Digest is a blog dedicated to how psychology matters in the workplace. It provides accurate reports on important contributions in psychology, with the emphasis on sharing evidence that helps us understand the world of work.
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The Occupational Digest is edited by Dr Alex Fradera. He says:
"With over 1300 subscribers and well over 10,000 hits per month, the Occupational Digest is continuing to build its readership through evidence-based reporting on psychology in the workplace."
The blog is funded by the Society’s Division of Occupational Psychology and is intended for both occupational psychology practitioners and a wider audience that cares about putting psychology to work. This includes HR professionals, occupational psychologists, managers, consultants and students.
Recent posts on the Occupational Digest include:
- What’s so special about family firms?
- Depression and burnout: vicious cycles and the saving grace of exercise
- Why do job applicants behave the way they do?
- A case for putting guilt-prone people in charge