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Computers know you better than your friends

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Money can buy happiness (sometimes)

How musical taste changes with age

Science Daily, 17/10/13; Daily Mail, 16/10/13; Daily Telegraph, 16/10/13; Business Standard, 16/10/13; Classical, 17/10/13), Muzica vârstelor (Gazeta de Sud, 19/10/13)

Facebook Likes predict personality

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How Online Personality Assessments Could Revolutionize Hiring (Entrepreneur,17/10/13); The Like Trail (Huffington Post, 12/3/13); Financial Times (print edition); Facebook 'likes' predict personality (BBC News, 11/3/13); What your Facebook clicks reveals (Times, 28/6/13); The power of the mass (Technology Review, 22/3/2012); More privacy perils (Forbes Magazine, 12/3/13); When 'Likes' can shed light (Wall Street Journal,11/3/13); Facebook study shows 'likes' reveal a lot (Washington Post, 11/3/13); Facebook 'Likes' are more revealing than you think (Time Magazine, 12/3/13); Facebook says you're smart if you like curly fries (Toronto Star, 11/3/13); What you like on Facebook can be revealing (Hindustan Times, 12/3/13) Be careful what you 'like' (South China Morning Post, 12/3/13); Associated Press,AFPGuardian (with a big banner, and a follow-up blog),  The TelegraphDaily MailFinancial TimesThe Independent,  USA Today (including on Top News section), Fox NewsLos Angeles TimesSydney Morning Herald.ieNPRNew YorkerNew ScientistScience Magazine News,CBC NewsPsychology TodayCosmoMarie ClaireThe ExpressMSN Now (and 'Editors Pick'), NBC (inc front page), The Atlantic,WiredInternational Business TimesThe Telegraph India,  Bankok PostYahoo! News SingaporeChannel4Herald ScotlandMetroThe RegisterGizmodoEpoch TimesThe AdvertiserHITC TechThink DigitNature World NewsThe DrumABC ScienceThe AustralianThe Raw Story,IBTimesThe VergeSmithsonian El MundoGoukrBBC PersiaDziennik Gazeta PrawnaWirtualne MediaDvenik.hrDer SpiegelDie ZeitDie Welt (and the front page), Frankfurter Allgemeine ZeitungHannoversche Allgemeine ZeitungSüddeutsche ZeitungHeise OnlineDie PresseBioBioChileUOL Noticias20 Minutes.frL'ExpansionLa DepecheRepubblica.itCampaign Asia


How to cheat a psychometric test (Financial Times, 2014)
Microsoft researchers identify Crowd-IQ (Newsticker, March 22nd 2012)
Psychology is the solution (The Psychologist, November 2011)
John Rust in 'Meet the Expert' (Pearson Assessment Newsletter, 21st October 2011)
With friends like these ... (Research News, April 22nd 2011)
LikeAudience helps marketers determine profile traits (Inside Facebook, April 1st 2011)
Is a high IQ a burden as much as a blessing? (Sam Night, Financial Times April 2009)
Firms turn to psychometric tests to pick graduate recruits (Education Guardian, 10th July 2007)
Receiver of wisdom: John Crace meets the unassuming moral philosopher who reshaped our understanding of IQ (The Guardian, 2nd January 2007)
Qualifications come under new age laws (Shout99, 28th September 2006)
Aging job applicants cannot be asked for qualifications (Response Source, 28th September 2006) 

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