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To Be More Persuasive, Repeat Yourself

Selectively repeating information is surprisingly effective at persuading people to change their minds, according to new research. ... More>


Why ‘Modern’ Work Culture Makes People So Miserable


The Creative Power of ‘Outsiders’

New research shows that “insiders” and “outsiders” use different cognitive processes and strategies to generate creative breakthroughs. ... More>


Don’t Delay! Impatient People are Also the Worst Procrastinators

Across a series of experiments, impatient people were more likely to put things off - even when it meant a financial penalty. ... More>


Handling Money Appears to Sway Helpfulness

Priming with money may lead to more calculating and self-interested behavior, even in children as young as three years old. ... More>