Ryan Howell, an assistant professor of psychology at San Francisco State University, found that buying experiences – such as vacations, going to the theater or renting a sailboat – gave people more happiness than buying material things. The study, of 154 people ages 19 to 50, showed that experiences increase happiness because they are often social in nature.
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