j'ai décidé d'être heureux - M6

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presse & media
    • October 18, 2022. The New York Post. “Talking to strangers as well as family and friends makes you happier.” (read)

    • April 02, 2021. The New York Times.“Why We Romanticize the Past?” (read)

    • August 15, 2016: Psychologists spent a month tracking the moods of 28,000 people, and what they did when they were the happiest surprised them. My research covered by Business Insider (read).

    • July 11, 2014: Why you probably save too little or too much for retirement? My research in the New York Times (read)

    • January 03, 2013: My lastest paper on the End of History Illusion covered by the New York Times (read). 

    • September 17, 2012: My research on CNN (read).

    • September 01, 2012: My research on money and happiness in Men's Health.

    • July 07, 2012: My research mentioned in the New York Times (read).

    • March 14 2012: For French speakers: An interview on affective forecasting I did for the Swiss TV show SPECIMEN (watch).

    • February 15, 2012: Watch one of my experiment featured on Dutch television (watch).

    • August 15, 2011: My research on prosocial incentives in the Washington Post (read).

    • January 14, 2011: My research on affective forecasting in U.S. News (read).

    • December 03, 2010: My research on affective forecasting in Huffington Post (read).

    • August 10, 2010: Can Money Buy Happiness? My research featured in the Scientific American (read).

    • August 08, 2010: But will it make you happy? My research mentioned in the New York Times (read).

    • June 10, 2010: Money and Happiness: The New Connection. My research in the Huffington Post (read).

    • June 09, 2010: How Money Ruins Chocolate. Chronicle of Higher Education (read).

    • June 01, 2010: Who Most Enjoy the Small Things in Life? Psychology Today (read).

    • February 22, 2010: Wealthy people don't savor the little things in life. Glode and Mail (read).

    • April 14, 2009: Emotional Intelligence and Procrastination. Psychology Today (read).