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Filling out those employment questionnaires might reveal more than you think

Your answers on psychological questionnaires, including some of the ones that some employers give their employees, might have a distinct biological signature. New research indeed demonstrates overlap between what workers feel and what their bodies actually manifest. "Our goal in this study was to see if responses on self-reported questionnaires would correspond with concentrations of the stress hormone cortisol," explains the lead researcher.
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