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The Psychology of Money

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Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House

  • Behaviour change
  • Social brain
  • Cognition

 

We know we need money and that we tend to want more of it, but how much do we really understand it?

Why don’t money and friendship mix? Can money buy happiness? Why does money have such a hold on us? The surprising psychology of money reveals that our relationship with it is more complex than we might think.

At the RSA, BBC Radio 4 broadcaster Claudia Hammond explores the latest research in psychology, neuroscience, biology and behavioral economics, and offers some simple yet effective advice that can help us improve our relationship with money.  

 

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