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The Global Trend of Looking for the Quick Fix

Jeffrey Zacks, professor of psychology and radiology at Washington University in St Louis, laments what he calls a "global trend" of looking for short ...


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'Waiting Expert' Shares What Makes Waiting Difficult

In a New York Times article, journalist Alex Stone tells the story of how executives at a Houston airport faced and then solved a cascade of passenger ...


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Book Titles Reveal Our Time Obsession

We can't stop talking about time. It seeps its way into nearly every conversation. According to the editors of the Concise Oxford Dictionary, time is ...


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Business Leaders Often Feel Burnt Out

Srinivasan S. Pillay, a psychiatrist and an assistant clinical professor at Harvard Medical School who studies burnout, recently surveyed a random sample ...


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Transatlantic Communication—in 1901 and Today

Near Cape Spear, the easternmost point of continental North America, you can find St. John's, Newfoundland. From there you can be one of the first to ...


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The Rush and Pressure of Modern Life

There is a pervasive form of contemporary violence. The rush and pressures of modern life are a form of its innate violence. To allow oneself to be carried ...


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Stats on Waiting—Where, Who, How Long?

One urban legend holds that we spend three years of our life waiting. It's a great stat, but likely untrue. But here are some real stats about waiting. ...


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Doctors Diagnose 'Hurry Sickness'

Half a century ago, an upholsterer from San Francisco made a curious discovery. He was called to a cardiologist's office to reupholster some chairs in ...


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Study of How Long We'll Wait

When Timex (the watch company) asked people how long they would wait before taking action in a wide variety of situations, researchers discovered that ...


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On the Leash

Rabbi David Wolpe wrote for Time why he sees the constant communication of modern life as a bad thing. Wolpe says, "Constant connection, increases, ...


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