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I Am Not What I Drive: Looking at the Psychology of Conspicuous Consumption

The glitzy cars with the winged doors, the heavy gold watches and the over-the-top- priced sunglasses can’t build solid self-esteem.

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The advertising genius, David Ogilvy, understood human behavior and human frailty related to merchandising. He is…

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Dr. Patricia Farrell

Dr. Patricia Farrell

Dr. Farrell is a psychologist, consultant, author, interested in writing, and health. Website: http://t.co/VT8mvcAvRz

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