Dacher Keltner

University of California, Berkeley

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Co-Director of Greater Good Science Center at the University of California Berkeley

Dacher Keltner on KCRW

Love and loss can be complicated. If you've shared a romance with all of Facebook – and then it ends – can the company design a way to relieve your break-up pain?

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