Does Winning Mean Everything?

Maybe winning isn't always necessary. Plus musings on when to quit, cheating to win, the cost of victory, and more.

I Can’t Give Up Now

By Denise Cummins Ph.D.

Be smart, don’t fall for the Sunk Cost Fallacy.

Is Winning Everything?

By Frank L. Smoll Ph.D.

It shouldn't be a priority for young athletes.

Cheaters Always Win

By Stanton Peele Ph.D.

The paradox of getting ahead.

Is He Just Out To Win?

By Jeremy E Sherman Ph.D.

Clues for spotting a tyrant’s tells.

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