why we spend money we don't have in search of happiness we can't buy
Chasing the American dream
The American dream on steroids
The cat's out of the (shopping) bag
The treadmill of consumption
The cashless society
Money's hidden costs : sacrificing our life goals
Collateral damage : relationships
Why are we so materialistic?
Heaven help us : the prosperity gospel
Weapons of mass consumption
The three ingredients of self-control
Step away from the shopping cart : environmental programming for consumers
The carrot and the stick : behavioral programming for consumers
Your money or your life
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Roberts, professor of marketing at Baylor University, studies why Americans believe and behave as if possessions will induce, increase, and enhance happiness.
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