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  • Thinking about money makes us feel colder
  • Thinking about money makes us feel colder
    Steven Depolo (2011) ©
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Thinking about money makes us feel colder

Money is emotional. It can be stressful, frightening or – if you have sudden influx of it – thrilling. But can it make you feel physically different? Research from The University of Basel suggests just thinking about finances makes people feel colder than they actually are.

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