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Magazine articles on psychology.
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Dave Golokhov
Nice Guys And Work According to the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, nice guys earn a significantly smaller paycheck than men of the meaner variety. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 12, 2011
Morgan Housel
3 Biases Investors Are Falling Victim To Your brain meets your money. mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 11, 2011
Brian Stoffel
This Secret Will Make You Immune to the Market's Meltdown Getting your house in order is more important than you think. As preposterous as it sounds, it's actually very easy to get yourself to a place where you can approach investing from such a detached viewpoint. mark for My Articles
Wendy Walsh
Weight And Personality The conventional wisdom is that people who have weight problems simply eat too much and move too little. But now psychologists have taken an educated look at a long-term study to ask questions about what underlying psychological forces motivate such self-destructive behavior. mark for My Articles 188 similar articles
Job Journal
August 7, 2011
Deborah Brown-Volkman
Career Pros: Career Lessons From Our Kids Kids have a wonderful eagerness to try new things and put in whatever effort is necessary to become proficient. A fall off their bike or skateboard is not failure or something to be feared, but an expected part of the learning process. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Positive Thinking A recent study by NYU psychologists indicates that visualizing success and an ideal picture of your future is less likely to motivate you to achieve your goals than picturing a less rosy future. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
HBS Working Knowledge
August 4, 2011
James Heskett
How Dangerous Is Common Sense to Managers? In Everything is Obvious, Once You Know the Answer: How Common Sense Fails Us, sociologist Duncan Watts' thesis is that, in predicting outcomes and acting accordingly, we give far too much credence to such things as our own experiences. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 4, 2011
Brian Stoffel
Follow This 4-Step Plan and Retire a Millionaire Be honest about your emotions and don't let them rule you. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2011
Paul McFedries
The Selfish Meme These little "information-packets with attitude" are spawning words as well as ideas. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Sports Central
July 15, 2011
Neil Bright
All in the Game For many, televised sports is one of a handful of activities rekindling our emotional pasts. In doing so, spectator sports contribute to one's life what children contribute to a home. And that is a mixture of joy, frustration, and wonder. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
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