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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 explores cultural differences in the relationship between expressing anger and health.
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Anger is pure magic,think about it guys,when you are angry you tend to do the unthinkable. It has a way of triggering the weaker part of you and makes you do magical things.
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A paper in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin examines how self-compassion influences health problems.
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When it comes to bias, we as a species have a long way to go. Even when we know the importance of diversity and we’re aware of our own biases, we still
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A paper in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (yeah, I know, but this is really a cognitive study) focuses on how to maximize the outcome of a negotiation.
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A paper in Psychological Science looks at the long-term implications of performance on the marshmallow experiment.
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Good article. Though, I am a “one-marshmallow” person :-)
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Releasing anger at times is better and healthy than holding it up and suppressing it.
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Great post about something dear to my scientific mind!
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When everyone agrees with each other, can creative ideas ever happen?
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What we think of as human nature is a reflection of our limited cultural experience. Working with different backgrounds can help open our eyes.
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The greatest challenge one faces is to control self.  Self control is a discipline and a strong habit.  Great post +Art Markman 
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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
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