It’s one of those running jokes in science about how discoveries get made: First, researchers sit down in a café somewhere, and then they chart their master plan on a paper napkin. That’s exactly how Binghamton University Assistant Professor of Psychology Anushree Karkhanis’ collaboration with Drexel University Associate Professor Jessica Barson began.
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Accordingly, you can do the same with others as well.