social networks

From Punishment to Performance

Participants' performance increased systematically as the amount of punishment increased, suggesting that punishment acts as a performance enhancer in a similar way to monetary reward. ...

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Social networks may inflate self-esteem, reduce self-control

Pitt and Columbia researchers publish evidence on Social Network behavior and how it relates to users' self-control, body-mass indexes, and credit-card debt...

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