People have a natural aversion to chaos and have developed various strategies to deal with it. This also applies to everyday chaos. In a chaotic daily environment, people are more inclined to accept any clear goal offered to them and to achieve it, even if that goal contributes nothing to resolving the chaos. This has been revealed by a recent publication by Professor Bob Fennis and Jacob Wiebenga in The Journal of Environmental Psychology .
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Mini libraries filled with free, second-hand books sometimes seem a bit lonely, lost in the no man’s land between good intentions and uselessness. But nothing could be further from the truth, explains PhD student Anouk Schippers.
As from 1 February, the Faculty of Economics and Business appointed Laurens Sloot as Professor by special appointment of Entrepreneurship in Retailing. Sloot will focus on the success factors of independent entrepreneurs and on the consequences of...
Launch of the Energy Innovation Atlas!