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Can sadness be good for reading?

The Hechinger Report – Jill Barshay

“I’ve always assumed that students who were happy at school would be more receptive to learning lessons that day. And if they were sad, or having a bad day with classmates or the teacher, well, then they might not learn so much. So a recent study suggesting just the opposite caught my attention, especially since it has potential applications for online learning.”(more)

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