Lauren Cassani Davis teaches 4th and 8th grade English at Feynman School, an independent school for gifted learners in Potomac, MD. As an intern with the APA's Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education, she works on research projects related to psychosocial skills in talent development. She has written previously for The Atlantic and earned her Bachelor's degree in philosophy and neuroscience from Princeton University. Her research interests include expressive vocabulary, expressive writing, and the relationship between creativity and wellbeing.
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