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Thanksgiving Greatest Hits

Jeremy Adam Smith, Editor, Greater Good Magazine | November 26, 2014

Three years ago, the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center launched the Expanding the Science and Practice of Gratitude program, which supported 29 research projects and yielded dozens of articles and videos on the science of gratitude.

As Thanksgiving 2014 approaches, we thought we’d take the time to highlight some of the best and most interesting content from the past three years.

Why bother? Benefits of gratitude

Basics of building the “thank you” habit

Fostering thankfulness at home, school, and work

When “thanks” doesn’t seem like the right response

We at the GGSC would like to thank our colleagues at UC Davis and the John Templeton Foundation, whose support made the gratitude project possible.

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