asher63 (asher63) wrote,
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Equation B Revisited

From the current Psychology Today, p. 16:

People who live in sprawling neighborhoods have more friends and social interactions than city dwellers, economists at UC Irvine found. The ability to pick and choose social interactions rather than be forced into them may be one reason.


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