behavior en Kick It Like A Habit: Giving Up Old Behaviors And Developing New Ones <p>Aristotle said, "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."&nbsp;</p><p>But making excellence a habit is easier said than done. For most people, the word habit evokes thoughts of junk food or television, not excellence.</p> Mon, 02 Jun 2014 18:15:37 +0000 Gina Kaufmann, Matthew Long-Middleton & Matt Hodapp 56679 at Kick It Like A Habit: Giving Up Old Behaviors And Developing New Ones Financial Behavior <p>Paying bills, making purchases and balancing a checkbook all seem like straight forward actions with money. But a person's behavior toward money and wealth and how they integrate it into their lives is a psychological and sociological issue as well.</p> Mon, 18 Feb 2013 18:05:04 +0000 Brian Ellison, Matthew Long-Middleton & Claire McInerny 32201 at Financial Behavior 'The Science of Consequences' <p>In the course of a day you make lots of decisions and each one has a consequence.&nbsp; Sometimes very trivial, other times the consequence may be profound.&nbsp; Today on <a href=""><em>Central Standard</em></a>, we look into the subject of the science of consequences with Susan Schneider, author of <em><a href="">The Science of Consequences: How They Affect Genes, Change the Brain, and Impact Our World</a>.</em></p><p> Thu, 07 Feb 2013 17:53:45 +0000 Bill Anderson, Matthew Long-Middleton & Claire McInerny 31604 at 'The Science of Consequences' Where Are Your Manners? <p><span class="tease"><span><strong>Modern American manners leave much to be desired</strong>. People answer their cell phones in the middle of meals, they shush loudly in movie theaters and even clip their toenails on the train. </span></span> Mon, 09 Jan 2012 18:22:02 +0000 Brian Ellison & Stephen Steigman 10421 at Where Are Your Manners? Moral Behavior <p><span style="font-size: 11.5pt; font-family: Georgia; background-image: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial; background-color: white; background-position: initial initial; background-repeat: initial initial; ">Today on the show, let&#39;s take a look at morality. How did you determine your ideas of what&rsquo;s right, and what&rsquo;s wrong? How come you can know that something&#39;s wrong and still do it? Does it matter if someone&rsquo;s watching? <strong>Dr. Tue, 06 Sep 2011 17:00:00 +0000 Charlie Upchurch 12986 at Moral Behavior