Submitted By jhong26
1. Why does Daniel Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness, say that experiences might bring more satisfaction than durable goods? Do you agree or disagree?
Although happiness is not easily defined and it varies tremendously depending on who you ask, but most would agree that it is the degree of happiness with which one judges the overall quality of his or her life as favorable (Goldsmith, p. 7, 2013). So when Gilbert, author of Stumbling on Happiness, say that experiences might bring more satisfaction that durable goods, he is simply stating the fact that happiness is dependent the things you do in life and not objects. It is the time that you share with friends and family that makes life meaningful and that creates happiness. All the objects in the world that money can buy is meaningless when you don't have anyone to share it with.
2. Which fields of study have affected the study of management? Select one and explain its relevance to the field of resource management.
Psychology is relevant to the field of resource management because it takes management involves a lot of communication and the two fields of psychology that are of particular relevance are social and cognitive psychology. Social psychology is the study of individual behavior within a group. It looks at the attitudes, problem solving skills, social influences, leaders and followers, and communication. Cognitive psychology explains the nature of human intelligence and how people think. Values, attitudes, and decision making integral to cognitive psychology as well as to management.
1. According to the chapter content, what is the difference between positive and negative feedback?
The difference between positive and negative feedback is that positive feedback allows for things to change and negative feedback is stating that the current course of action is not going the right…...