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Regional Differences in Well-Being in the United States and in Great Britain

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Jason Rentfrow is a senior lecturer in social and developmental psychology at Cambridge University. His research focuses on person-environment interactions and their relationship to well-being within groups and nations. In this presentation he examines the relationship between the geographic distribution of well-being and variations in wealth, education, social diversity, personality and political affiliation.

This talk is part of the Well-being Institute Seminars series.

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