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Uploaded on Mar 5, 2010
Money changes people's motivations -- increasing their sense of self sufficiency and even making them keep a greater physical distance from others. After focusing on money, individuals work longer before asking for help, are less helpful to others, and prefer to play and work alone. Kathleen D. Vohs presented at the "Small Steps, Big Leaps: The Science of Getting People to Do the Right Thing" research briefing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, co-sponsored by the Center for Social Innovation.