Do your books, knick-knacks, music and wall décor reveal the essential makeup of your character? University of Texas at Austin psychologist Sam Gosling, who has studied the psychology of personal space for more than 10 years, says they do.
In his new book “Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About You” (Basic Books, 2008), Gosling reveals some of the key findings from his research, a special brand of voyeurism he calls “snoopology.”
Smithsonian Magazine recently wrote about Gosling’s work in the Oct. 21 story “How to Be a Snoop.” Check it out and tell us what you think. Are you a snoop?