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Home truths? Sam Gosling, professor of psychology at the University of Texas

The English language has over four dozen idioms with words such as “room” or “space” and many more if you include “home” or “shelter,” reflecting the significance we humans attach to our living quarters. How much about a person can be inferred from the way he or she takes up space? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Sam Gosling, professor of psychology at the University of Texas.


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