1/28/2013 – To motivate many Americans, think 'me' before 'we,' say Stanford psychologists

A new study by Stanford psychologists led by Center on Longevity faculty affiliate Hazel Markus finds that Americans aren’t driven by appeals to think and act interdependently, and in fact, those messages may decrease motivation. American culture stresses independence, the study’s authors say.

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