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Accentuating the positive

January 18, 2007

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IN CAREY Goldberg's Jan. 15 article " Positive psychology is getting a tryout at McLean Hospital " (Health/Science), Julie Norem of Wellesley College is quoted as saying: "But we have virtually no studies that show that you can reliably, long-term, change people's levels of . . . optimism and that doing so will lead to positive outcomes." (Full article: 195 words)

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