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The intriguing psychology of gift economics

(featured image credit: stux/geralt/artsybee) What does viewing the giving of gifts as economic transactions reveal about what we really value? It’s two days before Christmas. You’re frantically looking for a gift for the one person you completely forgot. What is … Continue reading

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