January 26, 2013

Why are you always short on time? A Stanford researcher stumbles on the surprising (and surprisingly Catholic) answer...

Melanie Rudd, a final-year PhD candidate at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, explains how experiencing moments of awe expands our perception of time and alleviates feelings of "time famine." Rudd developed on her research with Jennifer Aaker, General Atlantic professor of marketing at the Stanford GSB and Kathleen Vohs at the University of Minnesota.

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