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Under the Microscope
Thu May 2, 2013
Regret may not always be a bad thing, researcher says
On this week's show, we'll discuss why regret might not always be a bad thing
Laura King is a professor in the University of Missouri department of psychology, and she studies something that might strike a familiar tone with many of us – regret. Specifically, she studied regret over a lost possible self. I sat down with her back in January of this year, and she told me about her research.
Note: This interview originally aired on January 3, 2013.