Open Access Short Communication Article ID: OJOR-3-116

    Competition, Rivalries, and the Tall Poppy Syndrome in Medicine and Orthopedics

    Douglas E Garland*

    Social comparisons, although often subconscious, contribute to defining who we are. We constantly compare ourselves to new acquaintances, neighbors, friends (often through social media), professional colleagues, and people in the media. Comparison allows us to identify ourselves: our self image, intellectual and physical abilities, and financial and social standing. 


    Published on: Oct 4, 2018 Pages: 20-21

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ojor.000016
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