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Posted March 12, 2012:
Posted March 8, 2012:
- Bias in Decision-Making Leads to Poor Choices and Possibly Depression
- Share and Share Alike: How Marketers Can Exploit Infectious Sharing Behavior
- When Prejudices Become a Disadvantage
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Posted February 14, 2012:
- Left-Handed? Different Bodies, Different Minds
- Weight Loss Can Be Contagious, Study Suggests
- Cellphone Use Linked to Selfish Behavior
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Posted January 31, 2012:
- Sporting Event Ads Viewed Favorably, Especially If the Game Is Close
- For a Winning Ad at Super Bowl: Less Shock and More Sophisticated Storyline
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Posted January 25, 2012:
- Attack or Retreat? Circuit Links Hunger and Pursuit in Sea Slug Brain
- People Lie More When Texting, Study Finds
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Posted January 17, 2012:
- Gossip Can Have Social and Psychological Benefits
- Brain Study: Adolescents' Brains Respond Differently Than Adults' When Anticipating Rewards
- Junk Food in Schools Doesn’t Cause Weight Gain Among Children, Study Suggests
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Posted December 29, 2011:
- Great Apes Make Sophisticated Decisions: Research Suggests That Great Apes Are Capable of Calculating the Odds Before Taking Risks
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Posted December 20, 2011:
- Starlings Help Explain Irrational Preferences
- Lower Classes Quicker to Show Compassion in the Face of Suffering
Posted December 15, 2011:
Posted December 13, 2011:
- Online Brand Comments: How Do They Affect Consumer Decisions?
- Why Does Stating Your Intention Lead You to Purchase Your Favorite Brand?
- Do Consumers Prefer Brands That Appear on Their Facebook Pages?
- Commercial or Communal: Why Is Outsourcing Taboo for Churches and Pharmaceutical Companies?
- Holiday Shopping: Why Does Rubbing Elbows Turn Consumers Off?
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Posted October 30, 2011:
- Dopamine Release in Human Brain Tracked at Microsecond Timescale Reveals Decision-Making
- Findings Offer New Clues Into the Addicted Brain
Posted October 27, 2011:
- Poorer Countries, Those Spending Less on Health Care Have More Strokes, Deaths
- Betcha Won't Eat Just One: People Consume More Candies When They're Individually Wrapped, Study Shows
Posted October 24, 2011:
- Consumers Don't Pay as Much Attention to Nutrition Fact Labels as They Think, Eye-Tracking Study Finds
Posted October 21, 2011:
- Social Isolation: Are Lonely Consumers Actually Loners or Conformers?
- Is It Best to Withhold Favorable Information About Products?
- How Does Hand Orientation Help Consumers Imagine Using Products?
- The Cost of Consumer Fibbing: Can It Hurt to Tell a Little White Lie?