Month: March 27, 2017

More alike than Different? The Commonalities of Gender

Over the decades, a confusing litany of research and information has emerged regarding gender. Central questions have been posed: “How similar are man and women?” “What exactly is gender?” “What makes men and women different?” But still, no clear answers exist. These questions remain even more important, taking into account recent legal, social, and political […]

The Psychology of Money: How Mind and Money Interact

At a glance, psychology and finance appear to have almost nothing in common. Money, by its nature, is a social construction, quantitative, and seemingly resides “out there” apart from feelings, memories and emotions. The human mind, on the other hand, is subjective, biological, and “inside” of us. But, as it turns out, what people do […]