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Art Markman
Works at University of Texas
Attended University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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A new paper in Psychological Science examines how guilt and shame influence the likelihood of future bad behavior.
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A paper in Psychonomic Bulletin and Review examines the way people use hedges in language and how that influences what people understand from what is spoken.
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The latest Two Guys on Your Head.  The show is also available as a podcast on iTunes.
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I think that is right.  We need to focus our feedback on the outcome we want for kids rather than just giving them a general sense of self-worth.  In many ways, the feeling of self-worth emerges from our ability to get things done in the world and to help others.
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But the guilt or shame, feel depends on education, ie the values ​​of each individual, right?
That would mean that in the end, the crime is a matter of social class, are there any studies correlating types of crimes with social class?
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A new paper in Psychological Science explores the dangers of inflated praise for children's willingness to take on difficult tasks.
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While some kids clearly need a lot more praise than they are receiving, the trend of giving all kids a trophy does not build self esteem and the receipt of a trophy becomes meaningless. Besides, kids can see through false or gratuitous praise and, praise as a means of reinforcement loses value and meaning. 
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A new paper in Psychological Science suggests that the option to do nothing motivates people to persist in a task.
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Hi +Art Markman, thanks for sharing the summary of this research. I love research that has practical implications. 
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Personality doesn't have to break down into complicated algorithms to understand how they play together. Here's how to work with everyone, based on...
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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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