New research from the University at Buffalo suggests that non-traditional social strategies, which can include so-called “guilty pleasures,” are just as effective at fulfilling critical social needs as family connections, romantic relationships or strong social support systems.The study represents the first time researchers have empirically combined the traditional and non-traditional for comparative purposes to simultaneously test their relative effectiveness.
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