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Expert: Intelligence, income don’t bring happiness

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Catherine Sanderson, who teaches a course on happiness at New York City’s One Day University, says that even though many people think intelligence and income determine happiness, it’s really age, faith beliefs and personality that have greater impact. Nancy Trent took the course and says a simple smile makes her happy.