12/17/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Oops. Now we've blown the punchline of Slate's "Rod Blagojevich scandal-naming contest." But read on for the wisdom of Kellogg professor Adam Galinsky. He says that power, contrary to adage, doesn't corrupt, but it does amplify a person's character and change neuropsychological processes. "To be in power means more eyes are focused on you," he says, "yet people in power psychologically feel invisible."

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