Paul Bloom

Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto; Brooks and Suzanne Ragen Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Yale University; author

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This week, Yale professor of psychology Paul Bloom offers another perspective on retirement.

Midweek Reset: The Retirement Myth

This week, Yale professor of psychology Paul Bloom offers another perspective on retirement.

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Jonathan Bastian talks with psychologist Paul Bloom about the role that hardship and pain play in living a good life.

Can pain and suffering sweeten our lives?

Jonathan Bastian talks with psychologist Paul Bloom about the role that hardship and pain play in living a good life.

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Jonathan Bastian talks with psychologist Paul Bloom about the role that hardship and pain play in living a good life.

Can pain and suffering sweeten our lives?

Jonathan Bastian talks with psychologist Paul Bloom about the role that hardship and pain play in living a good life.

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