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The Neurobiology Of Father's Day Cards

Psychologist Tania Lombrozo had a tough time explaining some of the Father's Day cards on the supermarket shelf to her young daughter — so she turned to scientific literature for answers.
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Last week at the supermarket, my daughter pulled me aside to choose a Father's Day card for her daddy.

Helping her read the cards was easy; explaining them to her was not (especially the funny ones). So when we got home, I did what any

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