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60-Second Science: February 6, 2008
Life's U-Shaped Path of Happiness

A cross-cultural study including 74 countries finds that most people do indeed have a midlife crisis--but most also find ways to get happy again. Adam Hinterthuer reports.



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This is Scientific Americans' 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer. Got a minute?

Hitting your mid-forties? Chances are you are feeling down but don't hang your head. You are just at the bottom of life's U shaped path of happiness. You might not see it from here but things are looking up. A study in the journal Social Science and Medicine says midlife malaise is part of being human. Offering proof that misery loves company,researchers found that millions of people from 74 different countries followed similar life path. They moved from youthful happiness toward mid-life depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier studies suggested psychological well-being was consistent throughout life. But this report says from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around that mid-life crisis. Regardless of cultural differences, financial success or marital status, a period of depression settles over our forties. But by our late fifties, we cheer back up. Researchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tempered by reality, in other words , we learn to expect less from life but they say a happier possibility is that we just get better at counting our blessings

Thanks for the minute for Scientific Americans' 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer.

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hang your head: v. 垂头丧气 Express shame or contrition
golden years: The golden years refers to being a senior citizen, when you have retired and are just enjoying life, all the children have left home.
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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer. Got a minute?

Hitting your mid 40s, chances are you’re feeling down. But don’t * your head. You are just at the buttom of life U shaped path happiness. You might not see it from here, but things are looking on. A study in the journal of Social Science and Medicine says mid-life malaise is this part of being human. offering prove that, Missouri * company researchers found that millions of people from seventy four different countries follow similar life path. They move from youthful happiness toward midlife depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier studies suggested psychological wellbeing was consistent throughout life, but this report says from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around that midlife crisis, regardless of cultural differences, financial excess or marital status, a period of depression settles over our forties. * By early fifties, we cheer back up. Researchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tempered by reality. In other words, we are going to expect less from life. But they say a happier possibility is that we just get better and counting on our blessings.

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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer. Got a minute?
Hitting your mid-forties . Chances are you / feeling down but don't hinge your head . You are just at the bottom of life you say the past
happiness. You might not see it from here but things are looking up. A study in the journal Social Science and Medicine says midlife ** is a part of being human,offering prove that misery loves accompany. Researchers found that millions of people from seventy four different countries followed similar life path. They moved from youthful happiness toward midlife depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier study suggested Psychological wellbeing was consistent throughout life. But this report says from / Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around / that midlife crisis regardless of cultural differences, financial success or marital status. A period of depression settles over our forties. But by our late fifties, we cheer back up.Rsearchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tampered by reality, In other words , we learn to expect less from life but they say a happier possibility is that we just get better and counting our blessings
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Hitting your mid-forties . Chances are you / feeling down but don't hang your head . You are just at the bottom of life you shape pass of happiness. You might not see it from here but things are looking up. A study in the journal Social Science and Medicine says midlife malaise is a part of being human, offering proof them, misery loves company, researchers found that millions of people from seventy four different countries followed similar life path. They moved from youthful happiness toward mid-life depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier study suggested Psychological well being was consistent throughout life. But this report says from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around / that mid-life crisis regardless of cultural differences, financial success or marital status. A period of depression settles over our forties. But by our late fifties, we cheer back up.Rsearchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tampered by reality, in other words , we learn to expect less from life but they say a happier possibility is that we just get better and counting our blessings
Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer.
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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer. Got a minute?
Hitting your mid-forties . Chances are you are feeling down but don't hang your head . You are just at the bottom of life's U shaped path(这个地方在标题里面有哦 tongue.gif ) of happiness. You might not see it from here but things are looking up. A study in the journal Social Science and Medicine says midlife malaise is a part of being human, offering proof them, misery loves company, researchers found that millions of people from seventy four different countries followed similar life path. They moved from youthful happiness toward mid-life depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier study suggested Psychological well being was consistent throughout life. But this report says from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around that mid-life crisis regardless of cultural differences, financial success or marital status. A period of depression settles over our forties. But by our late fifties, we cheer back up.Rsearchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tempered by reality, in other words , we are going to expect less from life but they say a happier possibility is that we just get better and counting our blessings
Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer.
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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer. Got a minute?

Hitting your mid-forties . Chances are you are feeling down but don't hang your head . You are just at the bottom of life's U shaped path of happiness. You might not see it from here but things are looking up. A study in the journal Social Science and Medicine says midlife malaise is / part of being human. Offering proof that misery loves company,researchers found that millions of people from seventy- four different countries followed similar life path. They moved from youthful happiness toward mid-life depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier study suggested psychological well-being was consistent throughout life. But this report says from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around that mid-life crisis. Regardless of cultural differences, financial success or marital status, a period of depression settles over our forties. But by our late fifties, we cheer back up. Researchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tempered by reality, in other words , we are going to expect less from life but they say a happier possibility is that we just get better at counting our blessings

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer.


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This is Scientific Americans' 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer. Got a minute?

Hitting your mid-forties . Chances are you are feeling down but don't hang your head . You are just at the bottom of life's 'U' shaped path of happiness. You might not see it from here but things are looking up. A study in the journal Social Science and Medicine says midlife malaise is part of being human. Offering proof that misery loves company,researchers found that millions of people from seventy- four different countries followed similar life path. They moved from youthful happiness toward mid-life depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier study suggested psychological well-being was consistent throughout life. But this report says from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around that mid-life crisis. Regardless of cultural differences, financial success or marital status, a period of depression settles over our forties. But by our late fifties, we cheer back up. Researchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tempered by reality, in other words , we are going to expect less from life but they say a happier possibility is that we just get better at counting our blessings.

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hang one's head: Express shame or contrition.
get around: Circumvent or evade.
golden years:The golden years refers to being a senior citizen, when you have retired and are just enjoying life, all the children have left home.
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This is Scientific Americans' 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer. Got a minute?

Hitting your mid-forties . Chances are you are feeling down but don't hang your head . You are just at the bottom of life's U shaped path of happiness. You might not see it from here but things are looking up. A study in the journal Social Science and Medicine says midlife malaise is part of being human. Offering proof that misery loves company,researchers found that millions of people from seventy- four different countries followed similar life path. They moved from youthful happiness toward mid-life depressions, then back to happiness in their golden years. Earlier study suggested psychological well-being was consistent throughout life. But this report says from Azerbaijan to Zimbabwe, there is no getting around that mid-life crisis. Regardless of cultural differences, financial success or marital status, a period of depression settles over our forties. But by our late fifties, we cheer back up. Researchers speculate that as we get older, unrealistic expectations are tempered by reality, in other words , we learn to expect less from life but they say a happier possibility is that we just get better at counting our blessings

Thanks for the minute for Scientific Americans' 60-Second Science. I am Adam Hinterthuer.






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