By Julie Gerstein, StyleCaster
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Micro-apartments-that's apartments under 400 square feet-are becoming more and more popular in large cities, where real estate is at a premium. But, University of Texas psychology professor Samuel Gosling, told The Atlantic, "an apartment has to fill other psychological needs as well, such as self-expression and relaxation, that might not be as easily met in a highly cramped space."
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Micro-apartments don't allow for the sharing of space, for