Show me the status: Money as a kind of currency

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (2):188-+ (2006)
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Abstract

Currencies that are recognized as money cannot be easily distinguished from alternative currencies such as status. Numerous examples demonstrate the need for status to be recognized as a motivator alongside, at least, money. Lea & Webley acknowledge the roles of status; however, a closer focus is warranted

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