Dr. Sarah Halpern-Meekin delves into the psychology behind ‘a type’ in romantic relationships.
Dr. Sarah Halpern-Meekin provides input on paid parental leave in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dr. Christine Whelan discusses consequences of inflation in consumer’s wallets and on their minds.
Dr. Christine Whelan provides input on individual psychology in connection with productivity.
University of Madison-Wisconsin’s team of behavioral scientists worked with GreenPath Financial Wellness on an empathetic form of financial coaching. Their, Your Money Guide, is an online, email, and telephone financial coaching program that provides individuals …
Christine Whelan covers why we might be feeling awkward during conversations with others after quarantine and how we can go about making ourselves feel more comfortable.
Margaret Kerr is mentioned covering the pandemics impact on parents and how we might be able to help and support working parents.
Melody Harvey, Consumer Science guest on this WPR show, studies the impact of receiving financial education in high school has on saving and spending habits later in life.
Soyeon Shim, is quoted mentioning the social and cultural practices and implications fruit has in Japanese culture.
Christine Whelan is quoted on the effects inflation has on people’s spending habits and uncertainties about the future of the country.