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Where do all the neurotics live?

On the East Coast, of course. A psychological tour of the United States, in five maps.

(Jason Rentfrow, Cambridge University; Kevin Stolarick, University of Toronto, Original maps by Ryan Morris)
By Richard Florida
May 4, 2008

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WE ARE ALL familiar with the rough geography of the United States - the slash of the Rocky Mountains between two great coastlines, the bulge of Maine, the Florida peninsula, the Great Lakes, set in the heartland. (Full article: 843 words)

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