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Professor Adam Alter shares insights from his research on the impact of names on a person's success

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Excerpt from CBS -- "In law firms, Alter says, people with simple names tend to make partner faster. In politics, with the notable exception of former President Barack Obama, fewer syllables generally mean more votes. 'People vote more for people with simpler names,' he said. 'We've got some results showing that.'"

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