If patience is a virtue, Bosto­nians aren’t the most vir­tuous lot. A pop­u­la­tion of side­walk speeders, jay­walkers, and people who use the horn more than the turn signal, we could all use a little more patience in our lives. David DeSteno, a North­eastern Uni­ver­sity pro­fessor, is making that possible.

DeSteno, a researcher in the psy­chology depart­ment who spe­cial­izes in the link between emo­tional response and behavior, says that the key to being calm, cool, and col­lected may be easier than you think—just stop and count your blessings.

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