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Rachel Gordon Featured in The Chicago Tribune

From the article by Katherine Rosenberg-Douglas, Chicago Tribune:

Overwhelmingly, Gordon found guesses of “smart,” or “a brain,” were correctly offered for students who carried the highest GPAs and took the most AP classes, for example.

“It’s beneficial to all of us to be able to quickly meet someone and guess what is this person likely to be all about — is it likely I’ll be friends with this person — so that’s the positive. Of course the negative side is sometimes we pigeonhole people or assume they’re one thing and they’re really something else,” Gordon said in a recent interview.