A good reputation is extremely valuable in social life, but people sometimes do things that harm their reputations.
Americans protect their reputation by thinking about the future, shows new study
Psychological Scholars Share their "Unofficial" Bios
by Heidi. A. Vuletich and Hasagani TisseraNarratives shared by esteemed psychologists reveal there are many shared feelings of unearned privilege, impostor syndrome, and rejection.
Photographic Appeal Lies Also in the Personality of the Beholder
by Ville-Juhani IlmarinenIt can pay to appear fresh, clean, and relaxed in a photograph, but it is also important to know your audience.
Lower Income Translates to Fewer Happy Experiences—Here is How We Can Fix It
by Jon M. Jachimowicz & Adam Eric GreenbergIncome produces happiness inequalities because money determines who gets to engage in more active leisure activities.
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