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Hungry? Don’t Go Shopping.

Hunger is one of our most basic and primitive drives. When we are deprived of food, for whatever reason, we become intensely focused on satiating that craving. We want calories, […]... More>


People Value Resources More Consistently When They Are Scarce

We're often economically irrational when choosing how to spend resources like money and time but scarcity can convert us into rational decision makers. ... More>


In the Bully Pulpit: ‘It’s the Right Thing to Do.’


Need to Solve a Personal Problem? Try a Third-Person Perspective

Psychological scientists examine why we find it easier to solve others' problems than our own, and what we can do to eliminate this judgment bias. ... More>


The Sound of Intellect

Richard Nelson Bolles, a former Episcopal pastor, decided to self-publish his advice for job hunters in 1970, in the midst of a tough job market for newly-minted college graduates. The […]... More>