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Research by TC Graduate Students Finds That Having Children Doesn't Curb Happiness

Psychology students, led by George Bonanno, challenge the widespread belief that having children means the end of having fun.
Psychology students, led by George Bonanno, challenge the widespread belief that having children means the end of having fun.

LINK:  http://chronicle.com/blogs/percolator/wait-maybe-having-kids-doesnt-bum-you-out/27750

For the complete study go to: What We Don't Expect When Expecting: Evidence for Heterogeneity in Subjective Well-Being in Response to Parenthood

Published Tuesday, May. 31, 2011

Research by TC Graduate Students Finds That Having Children Doesn't Curb Happiness

Psychology students, led by George Bonanno, challenge the widespread belief that having children means the end of having fun.

LINK:  http://chronicle.com/blogs/percolator/wait-maybe-having-kids-doesnt-bum-you-out/27750

For the complete study go to: What We Don't Expect When Expecting: Evidence for Heterogeneity in Subjective Well-Being in Response to Parenthood
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