• Cover: November 21, 2014
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  • who knew?

    Smart Dummies

    And you thought the most unsettling part of shopping was a whopping credit-card bill. High-tech company Kee Square has partnered with mannequin maker Almax to create the first "smart" display dummy—with cameras in its eyes. The EyeSee mannequin observes customers and reports what it sees—things like age, gender, and race—back to retailers. So, next time you feel you're being watched as you peruse the racks, you might very well be. Cue the creepy strings.
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    Hot-Ticket Items

    According to WWD.com, the best-selling items this past week held true to holiday gift-giving traditions, with classics like cashmere sweaters topping the list along with this year's "it" presents like the iPad and Nerf Stampede. Uggs also maintained their popularity, which goes to show you just can't go wrong with giving the Australian fuzzy boot. If you are still undecided on what to get your loved ones, check out the rest of the best-sellers here.
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    Commitment Issues

    Wondering why some men (and women) have such a hard time committing? Mom and Dad might be to blame—yet again. (Sorry, folks.)

    According to a new study from the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, those who avoid committed romantic relationships are likely a product of unresponsive or over-intrusive parenting. These individuals were categorized as "avoidant." Translation: They had major anxiety when it came to intimacy and closeness.

    The study is based on the attachment theory, the notion that when infants are stressed, they turn to their caregivers (usually a parent) for support. However, if the parent is either checked out or emotionally smothering, the infant learns to avoid them.

    So does this mean dating a commitment-phobe is a lost cause? Not necessarily. It just means you have your work cut out for you.
    Commitment Issues
    Wondering why some men (and women) have such a hard time committing? Mom and Dad might be to...

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