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Money, Psychology, and How to Get Ahead Without Leaving Your Values Behind
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on April 29, 2019
Are you avoiding the ugly realities of your financial life? A few small changes can go a long way.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on October 10, 2018
Social comparisons can bring us down. Here's how to channel that need into something healthy.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on June 8, 2018
Need a little kick to get your finances in order? Try this.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on March 9, 2018
Changing your clothes can do more than change how others see you: it can change how you see yourself.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on January 8, 2018
Here’s what you need to know about the psychology of money when it comes to splitting up.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on August 31, 2017
Are you stopping yourself because you don't see progress? You may be further along than you think.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on June 6, 2017
People who place a high importance on material wealth report lower quality of life in physical, social, emotional, and professional domains.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on January 13, 2017
A sense of personal power, not money itself, may be the key to peace, joy, pride, and satisfaction in our financial lives.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on January 9, 2017
How you think about time affects your savings habits.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on July 12, 2016
Can affirmations help you avoid over-spending? The right way to affirm yourself for better self-control.
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on June 28, 2016
Money messages surround us. What stories do you believe about money, and how have they affected your life?
Sarah C. Newcomb Ph.D. on April 19, 2016
Understanding the psychology of financial decisions can improve financial thinking.