Yes, There Is a Right Way to Write a Thank-You Note

5/10/2017 - Professor of Psychology Robert Emmons in Vogue.

Anyone can send a quick e-card, but Robert Emmons, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, University of California, Davis, and author of The Little Book of Gratitude, says a handwritten letter is more powerful than any text or e-mail. “It communicates greater effort and a recognition that the giver expended effort him or herself in providing the benefit to the recipient,” he says.

Read the full story in Vogue.