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Happiness 101: Psychology course strikes chord with Yale students
by Angela Moore
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28 March 2018
On 28 March 2018 Reuters reported:
The search for life's sweetest but most elusive treasure -- happiness -- brings nearly 1,200 Yale University undergraduates twice a week into an enormous hall on the Connecticut school's campus for its most popular class ever. Homework assignments for the class, also known as Psyc 157, include showing more gratitude, performing acts of kindness, and bumping up social connections.
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