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Caroline Beaton graduated from Colorado College in 2013 and pursued a career in psychology. She landed a job as a university research assistant, but she soon discovered working in research was not what she hoped for: It was dense and tedious, and it involved a long-term investment of time, as findings often aren’t revealed for years. She decided to take her passion for psychology out of the lab and into the public and is now a freelance writer covering thought-provoking topics tailored for her generation, such as decision-making and willpower, creativity, motivation, and more.
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