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Stories by Marina Krakovsky

The Self-Compassion Solution

Building on a Buddhist principle, psychologists are learning how being kind to yourself can bolster resilience, buffer against stress and improve relationships 

May 1, 2017 — Marina Krakovsky

Why a Good Deal Can Seem Unfair

Something is better than nothing, right? Not if you feel cheated, as experimental money games show

September 6, 2010 — Kay-Yut Chen and Marina Krakovsky

The Science of Lasting Happiness

Through controlled experiments, Sonja Lyubomirsky explores ways to beat the genetic set point for happiness. Staying in high spirits, she finds, is hard work

March 18, 2007 — Marina Krakovsky

Unsettled Scores

Has the black-white IQ gap narrowed?

January 14, 2007 — Marina Krakovsky

Experiments at Work

What's the best way to boost sales or handle competing resellers? By lab-testing business ideas, Kay-Yut Chen gets rid of some of the guesswork

March 1, 2006 — Marina Krakovsky
Stories by Marina Krakovsky

See the World from a Different Perspective

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