Connective Thinking-TwengeGilbertPostrel

Connective Thinking-TwengeGilbertPostrel - Postrel? What...

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Connective Thinking: Twenge, Gilbert, Postrel With your group, work on answering the following questions, which are designed to make you think about areas where our authors might agree, and areas where they might radically disagree. As always, try to find specific examples and page numbers for each answer. 1.) Where might we see examples of the psychological behaviors described by Gilbert in
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Unformatted text preview: Postrel? What might such examples tell us? 2.) Are any of the figures described by Postrel self-centered or narcissistic? 3.) How might Jean Twenge respond to Postrels message about the value of superficial variety and surfaces? 4.) How might the things that make Gilberts test subjects happy surface be seen as examples of surface or substance?...
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