Can't buy me love - or friendship
When people’s self-worth is contingent on money, they view their financial success as being tied to the core of who they are as a person. But much of what’s required to achieve success in the financial domain comes at the expense of spending time with family and friends.
Fake news makes disease outbreaks worse
What the researchers say: “Fake news is manufactured with no respect for accuracy, and is often based on conspiracy theories,” he said. “Worryingly, research has shown that nearly 40 per cent of the British public believe at least one conspiracy theory, and even more in the US. When it comes to COVID-19, there has been a lot of speculation, misinformation and fake news circulating on the internet—about how the virus originated, what causes it and how it is spread.”
Shared values lead to collaboration
Deeply held values, which align closely with political leanings, can predict whether someone takes action to protect the environment - and it suggests people on opposite ends of the political spectrum can be spurred to take action, as long as messaging taps into those values.
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