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National Patterns

LONDON, ENGLAND--A British psychologist, analyzing the "anxiety level" of various nations, has found Japan, Germany and France among the nations with the highest stress. The countries studied with the least anxiety include the United States, Britain, and Ireland.

The psychologist, Dr. Richard Lynn of the Economic and Social Research Institute in Dublin, has published his findings in a new book, Personality and National Character.

Dr. Lynn has studied the 18 countries with the highest per capita income, analyzing each country's rate of suicide, alcoholism, vehicle... Login to read more
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