Consumer Psychology Research

Growing up, so many years ago, I loved the pounding beat and consuming rhythm of Phil Collins’ In The Air Tonight. The intense drumbeat was stirring; the story behind the song even more so. What follows is my own flawed memory of how the story went: One day, while playing with a friend beside a […]

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Working From Home

Working from home is great. It’s convenient and enjoyable. It makes you feel smart. But it’s also dangerous.

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Unusual — The Daily Post

Guest host Lignum Draco asks us to experiment with something unusual.

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Connect to Your Fans and Followers with the New Social Icons Widget — The WordPress.com Blog

Get to know the Social Icons Widget, which lets you connect with fans and followers on over 40 social networks.

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Social Media Summer Cleaning — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog

I did another self-funded mini-Amtrak residency last week. One of the best parts of the train is inconsistent/slow wifi and poor cell reception. I spend a lot of time looking out the window and thinking thinky thoughts. Another best part is shared tables–Amtrak seats strangers together until a dining car table is full. And usually, […]

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Personality and Consumer Research — Media Psychology

Source: Personality and Consumer Research

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Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover: A Not So Scary Book About A Haunted House by Tricia Pfeil — Nerdy Book Club

One of the most frequent questions I get asked during book checkout is, “Where are your scary books?” I direct them to the Mary Downing Hahn section and those books often get returned with a story of a sleepless night or two. One thing I’ve discovered in my many years of teaching is that my […]

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