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One surefire way for money to provide happiness appears to be to spend it on other people. Karen Hopkin reports



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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

On March 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well, we hear you ask, what will make me happy? What? What? Ok. First relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the March 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston and British Columbia got to wondering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money. Yet our happiness has pretty much flatlined. What they found is that money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volunteers to rate their happiness. Then they gave each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half the participants were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the ones who spread the wealth, even if it was only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always leave a big tip.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin.

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On March 18th, we are told that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well we hear US,what will make me happy?  what? What? Okay. First relax, then take out your wallet. Because according to a study published in the March 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston in British Colombia got to wandering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money. Yet unhappiness is pretty much fly blind. What they found is Money can buy happiness. But only when you spend it on someone else.  In one experiment, the scientists as volunteers to read their happiness. They give it subject in cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the participators were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end the day. The folks who got the biggest boost were the one who spread the wealth. Even if only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always leave a big tip.

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This is Scientific Americans, 60 seconds science, I’m Karen Hopkin, this will just take a minute.

On March 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy, well, we hear you ask:“what will make me happy, what? What!”

Ok, first, relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the March 20th issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us enjoy. Scientists from Boston and British Colombia got to wondering what money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years , people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money, yet our happiness are pretty much flat-lined. What they found is that money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists asked volunteers to rate their happiness, then they gave each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the party has been told to spend the money on themselves, the other were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the fox who got the biggest boost were the ones who spread the wealth, even if it was only five box. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always live a big tip. Thanks for the minute

For Scientific Americans, 60 seconds science, I’m Karen Hopkin

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This is Scientific Americans 60s Science, I’m **, this will just take a minute.

On Mar 18, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well here you ask: What will make me happy? What? WHAT? OK, first relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the Mar 21 issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston and British Columbia got to wondering whether money can buy people happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money, yet our happiness is pretty much flat-lined. What they found is that money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on som1 else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volunteers to read their happiness. Then they give each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 $s. Half of the participants were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the ones who spread their wealth, even if it was only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip: always leave a big tip.

Thanks for the minute. For Scientific Americans 60s Science, I’m **.

 

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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Carron Hopkin. This just takes a minute.

 

On March 18th, we / told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well we hear you ask, what will make me happy? What? What? Ok. First relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the March 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston in British Colombia got to wandering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money. Yet unhappiness is pretty much flat line. What they found is Money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volunteers to rate their happiness. Then they give each subject in cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the participators were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the one who spread the wealth, even if it was only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always leave a big tip.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Carron Hopkin.

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This is Scientific Americans, 60 seconds science, I’m Karen Hopkin, this will just take a minute.

On March 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy.Well, we hear you ask:“what will make me happy, what? What!”

Ok, first, relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the March 20th issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston and British Colombia got to wondering what money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years , people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money, yet our happiness are pretty much flat-lined. What they found is that money can't buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists asked volunteers to rate their happiness, then they gave each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the participants were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the ones who spread the wealth, even if it was only five bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always live a big tip. Thanks for the minute.

For Scientific Americans, 60 seconds science, I’m Karen Hopkin

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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

On March 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well we hear you ask, what will make me happy? What? What? Ok. First relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the March 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston and British Columbia got to wondering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money. Yet // happiness has pretty much flat line. What they found is Money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volunteers to rate their happiness. Then they gave each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the participants were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the one who spread the wealth, even if it was only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always leave a big tip.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin.

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This is Scientific American's 60-Second-Science. I am Karen Hopkin.This will just take a minute. On March 18th ,we told you that smoking doesn't make people happy. Well, we here ask, what will make me happy, what, what? Ok,first ,relax. Then, take out your wallet because according to a study published in the March 21st Issues science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston in British Colombia got wondering whether money really can buy happyness. They were bothered by the fact. They looked over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been busy making much more money. Yet are happyness prefer flat light ? What they found was that money can buy happyness but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists asked volunteers to read their happyness, then they gived them some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the participators had been told to spend the money on themselves, the other were asked gived it away. At the end of the day, the ------got the biggest boost with -----one spreaded the wealth. If only 5--- . So if you want be happy, here is a big tip, always leave big tip. Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second-Science. I am Karen Hopkin.
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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

On March 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well, we hear you ask, what will make me happy? What? What? Ok. First relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the March 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston and British Columbia got to wondering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money. Yet our happiness has pretty much flatlined. What they found is that money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volunteers to rate their happiness. Then they gave each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half / the participants were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the ones who spread the wealth, even if it was only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always leave a big tip.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin.

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This is Scientific American’s 60 Second Science, I’m Karen Hopkin, this will just take a minute. On march 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well, we hear you ask: “what will make me happy? What? What?” Ok, first, relax, then, take out your wallet. Because according to a study published in the march 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston and British Columbia got to wondering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money, yet our happiness is pretty much flat-lined. What they found is that money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists asked volunteers to raise their happiness, then they give each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars, half the participants were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the ones who spare the wealth, even if it was only five bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip: always leave a big tip. Thanks for the minute, for Scientific American’s 60 Second Science, I’m Karen Hopkin.
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This is Scientic American's 60 second Science, I'm Karren Hopkin, this will just take a minute. On March eighteenth, we told you that smoking doesn't make people happy, well, we hear you ask, what will make me happy,what,what. Ok, first relax, then take out your wallet, because according to the study published in the March 20th first issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientist from Boston in british colombia got to **wonderring whether the money can really buy hapiness. They were bothered by the factor over the past 20 or 30 years, people in U.S and in other developped countries have been making much more money, yet a happiness is pretty much flat light. What they found is the money can't buy happiness but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volonteers to * their happiness, then they give each subject some cash either 5 or 20 dollars, Half of the party were told to spend the money on themselves, the other were asked to give it away, and the end of the day, the folks got biggest boost with the one * spread the way off, even it was only five bucks, so if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always leave a big tip. Thank for the minute for Scientic American's 60 second science, I'm Karren Hopkin
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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

On March 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well, we hear you ask, what will make me happy? What? What? Ok. First relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the March 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists from Boston and British Columbia got to wondering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money. Yet  our happiness has pretty much flat line. What they found is Money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volunteers to rate their happiness. Then they gave each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the participants were told to spend the money on themselves, the others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the folks who got the biggest boost were the one who spread the wealth, even if it was only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip, always lead a big tip.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin

 

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This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m K.H. This will just take a minute.

 

On March 18th, we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy. Well, we hear you ask, what will make me happy? What? What? Ok. First relax, then take out your wallet. Because according to a study published in the March 21st issue of Science, giving money to other people is what brings us joy.

 

Scientists from Boston and British Columbia got to wondering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years. People in the US and other developed countries have been making much more money. Yet our happiness has pretty much *. What they found is that money can buy happiness, but only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment, the scientists ask volunteers to rate their happiness. Then they gave each subject some cash, either 5 or 20 dollars. Half of the participants were told to spend the money on themselves. The others were asked to give it away. At the end of the day, the *who got the biggest boost were the ones who spread the wealth, even if it was only 5 bucks. So if you want to be happy, here is a big tip--- always leave a big tip.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m K.H.

 

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“Yet our happiness has pretty much flatlined.”这句怎么解释啊?flatlined是什么意思啊,我的电子词典有局限,查不到.
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homework

On march 18th,we told you that smoking doesn’t make people happy.Well here you ask what will make me happy? What? What? Ok! First relax, then take out your wallet, because according to a study published in the march 21st issues , giving money to other people is what brings us joy. Scientists in Boston and British Clunmbia got to wondering whether money really can buy happiness. They were bothered by the fact that over the past 20 or 30 years, people in the U.S and other developed countries have been making much more money, yet their happiness have pretty much flat light. What the found that money can buy happiness ? But only when you spend it on someone else. In one experiment , the scientists ask volunteers to read their happiness. Then they give each some subject e.c cash either 5or20 dollars. After the part of these have been told how they spend the money on themselves, the others have the rest given away. At the end of the day , the focus got the biggest boost is the one who express the wealth. Even it’s only 5 boxes. So if you want to be happy , here’s a big tip, or with leave the big tip.
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