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Whistle a Happy Tune
Explain what point Damasio is making by reference (p. 71) to the lyrics of the Rodgers and Hammerstein song, I Whistle a Happy Tune? Does he seem to be arguing that the emotion-control strategy suggested by the lyrics is viable? Does he offer any evidence that it could actually work?
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