By Дэвид Нивен
Научные исследования и статистика во многих областях науки часто недоступны обычным людям. Социолог и Физиолог Дэвид Нивен обобщил более тысячи социологических и других исследований различных ученых о том, что делает человека счастливым и изложил эту информацию в понятной и простой форме. Каждый из сотни способов как стать более счастливым описан с примером и научным объяснением.
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