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              Apr 29, 2019 Your Present Self is Your Best Future Self, According to New Research

              Predicting similarity over time is strongly related to happiness later on in life according to new study appearing in Social Psychological and Personality Science.

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              Apr 24, 2019 Policies Valuing Cultural Diversity Improve Minority Students’ Sense of Belonging

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              May 02, 2019 Nostalgia: A Trip Down Memory Lane, and Back

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              May 01, 2019 Vicarious Discrimination: When Discrimination Hurts More than Just the Victim

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