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Whether you’re retiring in 2019 or you have another decade to go, when the time arrives, you want to be ready. Just in time for the holidays, TheStreet delivers you the ultimate guide to retiring rich.
At the Behavioral Scientist, we’re always looking for great behavioral science journalism. To tie a bow on the interesting and important work that came across our desks in 2018, our editorial team compiled a list of our favorites. Enjoy!
I started my adult life pursuing a doctorate in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. I put that excellent education to work playing professional poker for nearly 20 years. I thought I’d left academics behind but instead discovered I had merely landed in a much richer laboratory for studying human decision making.
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