linzeal writes: Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy portrayed Russians as a brooding, complicated people, and ethnographers have confirmed that Russians tend to focus on dark feelings and memories more than Westerners do. But a new University of Michigan study from a doctoral candidate in social psychology finds that even though Russians tend to brood, they are less likely than Americans to feel as depressed as a result.
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