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Psychologists spent a month tracking the moods of 28,000 people, and what they did when they were the happiest surprised them

Psychologists spent a month tracking the moods of 28,000 people, and what they did when they were the happiest surprised them

Business Insider - Erin Brodwin

We like doing things that feel good because, well, they feel good. It's something psychologists call the "hedonic principle." Basically, the principle goes, we try to do pleasurable things whenever possible and avoid un-pleasurable things whenever we can. Given our pleasure-seeking track record, …

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