Joseph Ferrari

Author; Deacon and St Vincent DePaul Distinguished Professor of Psychology, DePaul University, Chicago.

Deacon and St Vincent DePaul Distinguished Professor of Psychology at DePaul University in Chicago. Author of “Still Procrastinating?: The No Regrets Guide to Getting it Done.”

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Minimalists were all about perception — seeing something that was beautiful in a different way.

How space, place, and clutter impact our mood

Minimalists were all about perception — seeing something that was beautiful in a different way.

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