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The Harvard Study of Adult Development began in 1938 with 268 healthy college sophomores. It followed them through their lives. Under only its fourth director, it continues today with their descendants. What does the study tell us about health, longevity, life satisfaction, and our roles for our families?
This free talk will be presented by David Cohen, a volunteer and former Board member with Northwest Neighbors Village, who is working on a book about life choices using data from longitudinal studies and other scientific research. Its working title is A Life You Want. His book draws on, among other sources, the Harvard Study of Adult Development and his July interview with its director.
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