In line with Greenfield's (2009) theory of social change and human development, current popular preadolescent TV shows suggest that fame, an individualistic goal, is an important and achievable aspiration (Uhls & Greenfield, 2011).
Yes. Often we bounce back from painful events more quickly than we would guess : Intense hedonic states trigger psychological processes that are designed to attenuate them, and thus intense states may abate more quickly than mild states.
Neuromarketing reports on a study "On the Potential for Advertising to Facilitate Trust in the Advertised Brand" which showed that trust scores jumped as much as 33% when advertisers used the phrase: "You can trust us to do the job for you."
Narcissists rise to the top. That’s because other people think their qualities—confidence, dominance, authority, and self-esteem—make them good leaders. Is that true? Research shows that the opposite seems to be true.