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The Neuroscience Of Negative Campaigns

Like many of you, I'm just about fed up with all the politics on social media this fall. In my downtime, I often head to Facebook, usually scrolling with one hand while one of my children falls asleep in the other arm. I'm looking for something light -- parenting foibles, cat memes, heartwarming stories, the activities of that one co-worker who is always doing interesting things.
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