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The 2 Types of Perfectionism: One Helps While The Other Sabotages You
A certain type of perfectionism can lead to depression, anxiety and eating disorders.
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22% of Children Have Underdeveloped Brains From This Social Circumstance
How parents can offset these damaging effects on their children. Growing up in poverty — as do 22% of children in the US — has alarming, long-term effects on the brain, new studies conclude. This can lead to long-term problems
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This Common Workplace Behaviour is Contagious, Which Explains a Lot!
This common behaviour spreads like wildfire in the office. Rudeness in the workplace is contagious, a new study finds. Experiencing rude behaviour makes people more likely to expect it later on. That expectation then causes people to behave more rudely
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The Learned Attitude That Makes Children More Anxious and Violent
Comparison of children in 12 countries reveals the most aggressive, and why. Children who expect others to be aggressive are more aggressive themselves, new international research concludes. Professor Kenneth A. Dodge, who led the study, said: “When a child infers
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The Bilingual Advantage: More Gray Matter in Key Brain Region
Bilinguals have more gray matter in critical brain region, supporting their cognitive advantage. People who speak two languages have more gray matter in vital brain regions, a new study finds. The executive control areas of the brain were larger in
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Memory-Loss Man Baffles Psychologists: “We’ve Never Seen Anything Like This Before”
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How Depression Is Linked to Intestinal Bacteria
Link between the gut and low mood found in study of mice. Bacteria in the intestine can play an important role in causing anxiety and depression, new research concludes. It helps explain recent research suggesting probiotics can stop sad moods
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Memory Boosted a Staggering 50% By These Activities From Childhood
50% boost in working memory from these activities from childhood. Climbing a tree can improve working memory by 50%, a new study finds. The same is true of other dynamic activities like balancing on a beam, carrying awkward weights and
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Massive Study Reveals If Eldest Children Are More Intelligent — And If It Matters
Are eldest children more intelligent with ‘better’ personalities? Massive study settles this sibling rivalry. Eldest siblings are more intelligent, a new study of 377,000 high school students finds. However, the difference is equal to, on average, just one IQ point.
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Feeling Like An Expert Has An Ironic Effect On Your Actual Knowledge
Think you’re an expert on biology, literature, philosophy or anything else? Read on… ‘Know-it-alls’ don’t know as much as they think, new research finds. The more people think they know about a topic, the more likely they are to claim that
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10 Fascinating Psychological Effects of Nonsexual Touch
Psychological research on how a simple (nonsexual) touch can increase compliance, helping behaviour, attraction and signal power.
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Lack of Sleep Impairs An Essential Social Ability
Why the sleep-deprived can be more lonely and less social. Lack of sleep impairs the ability to read facial emotions, a new study finds. The study compared properly rested people with those who had been awake for 24 hours. Professor Matthew
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