Paula Niedenthal

Director of Research, National Center for Scientific Research

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Director of Research at the National Center for Scientific Research and Professor of Psychology at the Université Blaise Pascal (France)

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Four years ago, a Russian reporter was interviewing Dr. Paula Niedenthal at her office in Blaise Pascal University in France.

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Four years ago, a Russian reporter was interviewing Dr. Paula Niedenthal at her office in Blaise Pascal University in France.

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