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Can children help us understand kindness?

Dr. Jonathan Tyler Binfet UBCO (courtesy CBC)

Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness.
The words of the philosopher Seneca will be resonating through UBCO Thursday afternoon.

Professor John Tyler Binfet is exploring how children perceive kindness.

To do that, he's studying the drawings of primary students.
He's presented his work Thursday afternoon as part of Research Week at UBC Okanagan.

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