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Nostalgia, That Bittersweet Feeling

Dr. Krystine Batcho, Le Moyne College

22-Mar-17 18:00

Nostalgia, That Bittersweet Feeling

The past is where we've learnt our lessons and formed the basis for who we are today. Our memories and experiences influence our personal growth, career, and life choices which in turn shape the rest of our lives. But is it healthy to be sentimental and to think often of the past and our childhood? We speak with Dr. Krystine Batcho, Professor of Psychology at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York, about childhood, nostalgia and adulthood.

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