David O. McKay
May 28, 2004-- Lottery winners, trust-fund babies and others who get their money without working for it do not get as much satisfaction from their cash as those who earn it, a study of the pleasure center in people's brains suggests. Emory University researchers also noted that "there's substantial evidence that people who win the lottery are not happier a year after they win the lottery." (1000 reads)
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