Likewise: do we overstate or ignore our significance in other individuals’s lives?
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Relevant Research Study & & References
Here’s where you can find out more about individuals and concepts in this episode:
- “Why We Forget Most of the Books We Read,” by Julie Beck ( The Atlantic, 2018).
- “Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve,” by Praveen Shrestha ( Psychestudy, 2017).
- “When You’re in Charge, Your Whisper May Feel Like a Shout,” by Adam Galinsky ( The New York City Times, 2015).
- “Why We Can’t Get Over Ourselves,” by Nicholas Epley ( Psychodynamic Psychiatric Therapy, 2015).
- “Tryin’ to Get the Feeling Again,” by Stephen Dubner ( Freakonomics Radio, 2006).
- “Exceptional Memory: Extraordinary Feats of Memory Can Be Matched or Surpassed by People with Average Memories That Have Been Improved by Training,” by K. Anders Ericsson and William G. Chase ( American Researcher, 1982).
- A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith.
- How To Win Friends And Influence People, by Dale Carnegie.
- A Theory Of Moral Sentiments, by Adam Smith.
- Ring: A Biography of Ring Lardner, by Jonathan Yardley.
- Choosing My Religion: A Memoir of a Family Beyond Belief Paperback, by Stephen J Dubner.
- Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything, by Steven D. Levitt & & Stephen J. Dubner.
- Wake Up, Wake Up, to Do the Work of the Creator, by William Helmreich.
- When Memory Comes, by Saul Friedländer.
- A Study in Scarlet, by Arthur Conan Doyle.