Study: Size Of Your Electronic Device Can Affect Behavior

June 29, 2013 1:45 PM
Study: Size Of Your Electronic Device Can Affect Behavior
" CAMBRIDGE (CBS) – A new study from a couple of Harvard Business School researchers suggests that the size of your electronic device does matter. In fact, smaller devices could actually be wrecking your career and your social life.

Maarten W. Bos and Amy J. C. Cuddy looked at whether the size of your electronic device can dictate assertive behavior "

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