Created By Caleb Sponheim

 

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The Self and The Other is a "Public Product" created for the Grinnell College psychology senior seminar course.

Thank you to Professor Nancy Rempel-Clower for her guidance, and to my classmates for a fantastic semester.

Thank you to NPR and Invisibilia to starting this journey for me.

 

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