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Money may make people feel self-sufficient, self-centered

November 20, 2006

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There is now a scientific justification for the stereotype of the solitary Scrooge-like millionaire who sits alone counting cash. In a set of experiments with about 500 participants, University of Minnesota assistant professor Kathleen Vohs and colleagues primed some test subjects to think about money by showing them pictures of cash or asking them to read essays about money, ... (Full article: 523 words)

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