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Art Markman
Works at University of Texas
Attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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A paper in Psychological Science suggests that toddlers can reason about whether someone should have been helpful. 
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Today's Two Guys on Your Head
Philosophers have long proposed that there is no objective reality. And now science agrees — at least as far as our personal experiences are concerned.
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A paper in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General explores the relationship between rejection and creative output.
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It's about living outside the box. When so many tell you that you can't be a part of their box you just have to go build your own. 
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A new paper in Psychological Science explores when different kinds of cognitive abilities peak.
When do cognitive abilities peak?
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Sure, it's nice that she thinks your ideas are so great, but you know what else would be nice? A little credit.
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Do ever get that burning feeling in your stomach that a situation just isn't fair and you must react? That feeling is an important part of our motivational
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A paper in Psychological Science suggests that success and failure at weight loss can influence personality in the long run. 
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I would absolutely agree with this. If you are overweight and want to be thinner but continue to fail, for whatever reason, it certainly affects a person's mood. Our personalities are essentially the mood we express most of the time. If I tried and failed and tried and failed continuously, I could take on a depressive mindset. Regardless of how happy I used to be, because of the focus on my weight and how I do not look how I want to look, I absolutely could become that curmudgeon instead of the happy-go-lucky person I am. Thoughts?
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  • University of Texas
    Professor, 1998 - present
  • Columbia University
    Assistant Professor, 1993 - 1998
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Cognitive Scientist, Author, and Blogger
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  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Psychology, 1988 - 1991
  • Brown University
    Cognitive Science, 1984 - 1988
  • JP Stevens High School
    1981 - 1984
Steve is a great trainer. He has helped us with two of our dogs. He does a wonderful job of explaining the main goal of training and then giving specific tools we were able to use to train our dogs. I highly recommend Steve as a trainer.
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