In the midst of a financial crisis, some people have been forced to consider the best way to manage their finances and save money.
For some, that means looking for ways to lower their credit card bills and cutting spending on their own.
For others, that’s more of a case of looking for savings or a way to cut back on spending.
For a group of psychology professors, that doesn’t mean finding ways to spend less.
In a study published in the journal Psychological Science, the psychologists at the University of Memphis interviewed more than 200 college students and found that the biggest predictor of whether or not someone was willing to put in the time to pay off their credit cards was whether or the person felt that their family or friends would feel bad if they didn’t.
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