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New research showed that people increasingly prefer to communicate verbally (versus visually) with people who are distant (versus close) — socially, geographically, or temporally.

#communication   #research  
In research described earlier this year in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Elinor Amit, a College Fellow in psychology, along with two collaborators, Cheryl Wakslak and Yaacov Trope, showed that people increasingly prefer to communicate verbally (versus visually) with people who are distant (versus close) — socially, geographically, or temporally.
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Cool Iron Man/Darth Vader mashup.
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Seems like common sense.
 
Rifles marketed for little kids? Is it time for change?

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Manvotionals: Jack London on Success http://ow.ly/hZTd2
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Changes in technology is changing the social fabric. Information on any person at any time.
 
New research showed that people increasingly prefer to communicate verbally (versus visually) with people who are distant (versus close) — socially, geographically, or temporally.

#communication   #research  
In research described earlier this year in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Elinor Amit, a College Fellow in psychology, along with two collaborators, Cheryl Wakslak and Yaacov Trope, showed that people increasingly prefer to communicate verbally (versus visually) with people who are distant (versus close) — socially, geographically, or temporally.
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New research showed that people increasingly prefer to communicate verbally (versus visually) with people who are distant (versus close) — socially, geographically, or temporally.

#communication   #research  
In research described earlier this year in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, Elinor Amit, a College Fellow in psychology, along with two collaborators, Cheryl Wakslak and Yaacov Trope, showed that people increasingly prefer to communicate verbally (versus visually) with people who are distant (versus close) — socially, geographically, or temporally.
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Limbaugh is now a mess. To even mention welfare in the same breath as these victims/survivors is an insult, and he should apologize.
 
Rush Limbaugh's take on the Cleveland kidnapping:

“Double welfare benefits if one of the women has a baby.”
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Could Family Longevity Protect Against Dementia? Read CUMC Prof. Stephanie Cosentino's Findings http://ow.ly/kRB7g
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Could Family Longevity Protect Against Dementia? Read CUMC Prof. Stephanie Cosentino's Findings http://ow.ly/kRB7g
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