Could a More Individualistic World Also Be a More Altruistic One?
Equating individualism with selfishness may be a mistake: Some of the world’s wealthiest and most individualistic countries are some of the most altruistic, says Abigail Marsh.
13.7: Cosmos & Culture, NPR
The Lower Your Social Class, the ‘Wiser’ You Are, Suggests New Study
Growing up working class gives people social skills that help broaden their perspective during conflicts.
To Promote Happiness, Choose Time Over Money
Although earning more money makes us feel more pressed for time, changing the way we spend that money may provide an escape from the time crunch.
One Surprising Way Money Can Buy Happiness, According to Scientists
The surveys asked people whether they regularly pay someone else to complete unpleasant daily tasks and rated their satisfaction with life. Across all surveys, life satisfaction was typically higher for people who regularly spend money to save time.
The Washington Post
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