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  • Winning the Lottery Won’t Fix Your Money Problems
    Winning the Lottery Won’t Fix Your Money Problems0

    With the Powerball Lottery now estimated at 1.3 billion, people are imagining what they would do with the money if they won, and buying more tickets to bring them closer to it. But chasing dreams like this is dangerous for anyone trying to be wealthy- especially poor households, who spend 9% of their income on

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  • Beyond Wage Gaps: A Double Standard for Confidence
    Beyond Wage Gaps: A Double Standard for Confidence0

    As a UFC fighter, Ronda Rousey is used to having to fight off blows tirelessly, but after her shocking loss to Holly Holm, she now must prepare to fight through the rampant attacks that tell her she deserved to lose. Rousey first became a sensation after her infamous 30 second knockout of Bethe Correia. With

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  • Companionship and Betrayal in Medieval Literary Heroism
    Companionship and Betrayal in Medieval Literary Heroism0

    In Beowulf and The Lord of the Rings, companionship and betrayal are major themes that arise in notions of Medieval heroism. Protagonists of the texts share numerous parallels – both Beowulf and Frodo are betrayed in their climactic battle scenes, and rely on the loyalty of others in their weakest moments. Before fighting the dragon,

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  • Keep Up the Good Work: The Business Application of Self-Complexity Theory
    Keep Up the Good Work: The Business Application of Self-Complexity Theory0

    In 1985, Patricia Linville published her research on how self-complexity and affect (aka emotions) interact. In other words, how does the understanding of who you are affect your emotional state? The Yale psychologist stumbled upon a particularly interesting phenomenon– it has the ability to transform the way we manage people. Self-complexity is the idea that

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