Fashion Statement: Putting Your Mouth Where Your Money Is

Researchers say we often recognize peer pressure in the actions of others — but not in our own choices. Source: xubingruo

A while back, Jonah Berger was talking with a lawyer friend from Washington, D.C. The friend was lamenting the impact of social influence on his peers. He was

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