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Feeling Grateful Makes You A Better Saver And Investor, Study Shows


Can Gratitude Reduce Costly Impatience?

Emotions are often seen as a hindrance to avoiding our irrational impulses, but research suggests that one emotion — gratitude — may help us hold out for future rewards. ... More>


How Science and Technology Can Help Each Other Flourish

A cross-cutting theme program at the 2014 APS Annual Convention, May 22–25 in San Francisco, will feature three subpanels on behavioral genetics, mobile sensing, and social networks. ... More>


Presidential Column

Technology, Psychology, and a Coming Revolution in the Study of Decision Making

Big data is driving a sea change in research on human behavior and decision making. Guest Presidential Columnist Paul W. Glimcher of New York University’s Center for Neuroeconomics explains. ... More>


Is Your Impatience Costing You?