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Rich people experience happiness in a more self-centered way than poor people, study suggests

Rich people are different from the rest of us - and that includes the way they experience happiness.

Instead of feeling positive emotions that involve connections with other people, their happiness is more likely to be expressed as feelings that focus on themselves, new research shows.

However, this difference doesn't necessarily

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