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How to Keep Santa from Making Our Kids Gain Weight
The key to combating America’s obesity problem is to prevent children from developing obesity in the first place.
How Our Personal Finances Can Make Us Happy
Financial well-being research focuses on security and stress-relief, but not on contentment or joy that we get from money.
Rethink Your Way to a Saner Holiday Season
Is your brain overwhelmed by a never-ending holiday checklist? Research shows that rethinking your way to merry and bright should go straight to the top of your list.
Control Freaks and Approval-Holics (Part 2)
What do you think influences how trustworthy we appear to others or they appear to us?
Six Reasons Why People Give Their Money Away, or Not
Why do people give away their hard-earned money to charity? An economist and a psychologist explain.
A Solution to The Biggest Mystery You've Learned to Ignore
You've probably never thought to ask even though it's the question behind all your big questions: What is trying and how did it start?
9 Ways Adult Children Can Avoid Regressing During Holidays
At what point do you get to be the grown-up? Adult children can change holiday traditions and family plans without reverting back to past mommy-daddy child roles.
Digital Goods Valued Less Than Their Physical Counterparts
New research shows how much consumers value digital vs physical media.
Is a Little Knowledge Really a Dangerous Thing?
While we may be impressed by people willing to make bold statements (especially at election time), the fact is that, more often than not, overconfidence can be a grave mistake
Messing With Information in Short-Term Memory
Sometimes the world around you is busy. Other times, it is fairly stable. How does that stability affect what you remember from moment-to-moment?
Why Automating Retirement Savings May Not Be Enough
Participants in automatic retirement savings plans are saving at rates far less than the recommended percentages.
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