Why talking to strangers on public transportation may not be so bad

Bill Moller

Nicholas Epley

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Bill Moller welcomes Nick Epley, Professor of Behavioral Science at the University of Chicago, who conducted a series of experiments on Chicago transportation passengers that concluded that people are  generally happier when engaged in social interaction in public places, as opposed to sitting in isolation.


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