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Strengthen ND partnership to fan flames of hope

Strengthen ND partnership to fan flames of hope

This article was originally published in Minot Daily News. FARGO – Strengthen ND has announced a partnership with the Human Flourishing Lab to study and promote hope across North Dakota. “It is a tremendous opportunity to work alongside subject-matter experts and...

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The truth is out there: More Americans believe in UFOs

The truth is out there: More Americans believe in UFOs

This article was originally published in The Hill. Roughly two-fifths of Americans now believe in UFOs, polls suggest, signaling a resurgence of popular-cultural interest in extraterrestrials possibly buzzing around us.  Last week, Congress held an extraordinary...

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Why the 90s and Noughties are having such a moment

Why the 90s and Noughties are having such a moment

This article was originally published in BBC. Aqua's Barbie Girl is back on the radio, the Sugababes are packing out festival tents and low-rise jeans are here to stay. Whether it's on your radio, in the shops or at your cinema, you can't escape it. We're talking, of...

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Breaking ground in psychology, outside of the academy

Breaking ground in psychology, outside of the academy

This article was originally published in Merion West. “Regulating your own emotions is something most people are capable of doing…It doesn’t require you constantly expressing [a problem], thinking about it, [and] sharing it with everyone…There’s something about not...

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How to harness that seductive feeling of nostalgia for good

How to harness that seductive feeling of nostalgia for good

This article was originally published in Planet Woo. No, nostalgia doesn’t mean you’re stuck in the past. The morning smells like cut grass and sun cream. You can’t quite put your finger on it, but somehow you’re transported back to the last day of school, six weeks...

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Is nostalgia actually good for you?

Is nostalgia actually good for you?

This article was originally published in MPLS St. Paul. Digging deep into the science behind the actually-productive and healthy human condition of being nostalgic. In the spring of 2020, households across the country listened to Elvis Presley and Cyndi Lauper, reread...

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