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How Migration Patterns Shape Emotional Expressions Around the World

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Imagine yourself as a 19th century American pioneer who has just moved your family to Nebraska to start a farm. The land is only recently settled by European Americans, so your survival depends on your ability to cooperate with your few neighbours, who may be Austrians, Bohemians, Norwegians, Germans, Russians, or recently emancipated African Americans from the South. Continue Reading

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