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From NY Times: A handful of psychologists have argued that the quicksilver elements of personal narrative belong in any three-dimensional picture of personality. And a burst of new findings are now helping them make the case.
documents the key role played by the nonprofit arts and culture industry in strengthening our nation’s economy.
Self-Compassion May be More Important Than Self-Esteem in Dealing With Negative Events, New Studies Show
Why do some people roll with life’s punches, facing failures and problems with grace, while others dwell on calamities, criticize themselves and exaggerate problems?
relational memory — the ability to make logical “big picture” inferences from disparate pieces of information — is dependent on taking a break from studies and learning, and even more important, getting a good night’s sleep.
From Knowledge@Wharton: Results of 2nd annual Retail Customer Dissatisfaction Study finds that disinterested, ill-prepared and unwelcoming salespeople lead to more lost business and bad word-of-mouth than any other management challenge in retailing.