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OF PARENTS THINK THEIR DAUGHTERS ARE MORE CONFIDENT THAN THEY WERE AT THE SAME AGE AND 80 PER CENT DESCRIBE THEIR CHILDREN AS MORE CARING AND COMPASSIONATE†

FILM REVIEW: ALI ROFF. *C GREENE ET AL, EVALUATION OF A LAUGHTER-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM ON HEALTH AND SELF-EFFICACY FOR EXERCISE, ‘THE GERONTOLOGIST’, 2016; **E PEARCE, PARTICIPANTS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE SOCIAL BONDING AND WELLBEING EFFECTS OF CREATIVE ARTS ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, 2016; ***D SIMONS, DO ‘BRAIN-TRAINING’ PROGRAMS WORK? ‘PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST’, 2016; †CENSUSWIDE AND DISNEY PRINCESS, 2016; ††REST AND WELLBEING SURVEY, DURHAM UNIVERSITY, 2016. FOR STOCKISTS, SEE PAGE 125

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