On the Record
Women in their 20s are "becoming human doings, not human beings."
Columbia University researcher Ann Kearney-Cooke, PhD, whose research has found that women in their 20s are so engrossed in having it all they lose touch with their friends and forgo hobbies.
The Arizona Republic, May 13
"The hippocampus is relatively stable in volume till about 60 and then begins to change. People with Alzheimer's disease, though--they slide off the cliff."
Harvard neuroscientist Randy L. Buckner, PhD, in an article on memory loss.
Time, May 8
"You don't leave a job. You leave a boss."
Fredric D. Frank, PhD, CEO of TalentKeepers Inc., who noted that contrary to popular belief many people don't change jobs for better pay.
Investors Business Daily, April 11
The longer you play, "the more you begin to identify with this make-believe world."
Kimberly Young, PhD, of the Center for Internet Addiction Recovery in Bradford, Pa.
U.S. News & World Report, May 7
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