Hector and the Search for Happiness - Chapters 28-30 Summary & Analysis

Francois Lelord
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The reader meets Rosalyn in Chapter 28. She is the professor's colleague who seems to work the laboratory side of their research. Rosalyn has Hector sit in the device that looks like a space-time machine and then asks him to envision three separate situations: one that makes him very happy, one that makes him very sad, and one that makes him scared. After he's completed the task, Rosalyn and the professor, whose name is John, show him a color-coded image of Hector's brain that is coded based on Hector's responses to the three questions. They go through the difference between men and women, and also a study of Japanese men. Hector gets to see images of their brains and what the different colors in the different areas of the brain mean. Hector noticed out of the corner of his eye as he was looking...

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