Colin Holbrook

UCLA

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Research scientist in the anthropology department at UCLA 

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The subjects of a  recent study at UCLA  "might be dismayed to know [what it reveals] about themselves." That's according to Colin Holbrook at the department of anthropology.

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The subjects of a recent study at UCLA "might be dismayed to know [what it reveals] about themselves." That's according to Colin Holbrook at the department of anthropology.

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