From: The Wall Street Journal
How Long Does the ‘Cool Kid’ Effect Last?
The Wall Street Journal:
A University of Virginia study tracked teenagers for one decade and found that teenagers who were considered “cool” at a young age had more problems as adults. University of Virginia psychology professor Joseph Allen, who led the study, discusses the research on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.
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