32: We and Jameela Jamil are on the same wavelength, i.e. why rejection physically hurts, pessimists, GOATS and plantains
Learned helplessness experiment by Seligman and Maier
The dogs actually hit or could hit panels with their snouts, not buttons, as far as I could discern.
Another clarification: I only had to pick up two of the three boxes at most.
Greater innovation from more racially and gender diverse companies: Do Pro‐Diversity Policies Improve Corporate Innovation? by Roger C. Mayer, Richard S. Warr and Jing Zhao
Speculation about why made by Richard Warr
CBC News: The National: “Is a University Degree a Waste of Money?”
The “learned optimism” quiz
Dr. Martin Seligman’s book is called “Learned Optimism”
The Hewlett-Packard study Sara mentioned
“The Importance of Being an Optimist: Evidence from Labor Markets” by Ron Kaniel, Cade Massey, David T. Robinson
This is the research for the dispositional optimists and job hunt and career success correlation.
“The Optimism Bias” by Tali Sharot
This is the TED talk Sahara referred to when she talked about the cartoon with the penguin/s who “flew.”
The Confidence Gap: research showing women underestimating themselves despite having abilities essentially matched to that of men
Sociability and its physical impact on the heart
“Why rejection hurts so much—and what to do about it by psychologist Guy Winch
“Social rejection shares somatosensory representations with physical pain” by Ethan Kross, Marc G. Berman, Walter Mischel, Edward E. Smith and Tor D. Wager.
This is the study where people were put in FMRIs and asked to remember when they were rejected.
Hiring recruiter mentioned is Sue May, a graduate of Princeton University; you can listen to more of her on the podcast under either of the first two She Roars episodes.