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Do people feel emotions less strongly as they grow older? [closed]
I'm specifically interested in whether or not their maximum ability to feel an emotion decreases as they grow older (so by that I'm meaning - let's ignore the effects of tolerance induced by life ...
Jan 19 '12 at 4:04
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