Narrative psychology suggests that popular narratives, particularly human-interest stories, are fundamental drivers of motivation.

Narrative psychology, as in the work of the New York University psychologist Jerome Bruner, for example, suggests that popular narratives, particularly human interest stories, are fundamental drivers of motivation. Several such narratives are worth looking at more closely.

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