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Workaholics

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The American work week is getting longer while that of other industrialized countries gets shorter. In this segment, host April Sorrow speaks to Dr. Malissa Clark, Assistant professor of Organizational Psychology in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, about workaholism, its similarities with other behavioral addictions, and how workaholism is actually not correlated with productivity.

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