Blowing paycheck after paycheck on TV’s, bags and other material items is leading you down the path to unhappiness. That’s what the latest research from Cornell University says.
From the study:
“A new Cornell study shows that the enjoyment we derive from experiential purchases may begin even before we buy.
This research, which is published in the September issue of Psychological Science, offers important information for consumers who are trying to “decide on the right mix of material and experiential consumption for maximizing well-being,” said study author Thomas Gilovich, the Irene Blecker Rosenfeld Professor of Psychology at Cornell.”
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