A Response to an Article Titled "A New Improved Me: Now Appearing Everywhere"
In the article " 'A New Improved Me': Now Appearing Everywhere," the author, Erica Goode, reports that people tend to think of themselves as "better" when compared to others, including their past selves. Researchers believe people think this because "it makes people feel good about themselves." Much evidence points in this direction because extensive research has been done on this psychological topic. I feel that over the years I have become a better person, but this article made me think twice about that. …
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