Psychology

Science Can Tell if People Think You Are Hot

Science Can Tell if People Think You Are Hot

By Kanika Gupta - Apr 05, 2016 10:45 AM EDT

We all wonder what others think about us. A lot of energy and time is spent on wondering if that special someone thinks we are attractive. Scientists may have the answer you are looking for.

Closing your Eyes While Kissing? Study Tells Why

Close your Eyes While Kissing? Study Tells Why

By Kanika Gupta - Mar 21, 2016 02:20 PM EDT

Remember closing your eyes every time you share a kiss? Study says that our brains can’t handle more than two things at the same time.

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At-Home Fitness Video could be Harmful, Study Says

By Cheri Cheng - Jan 08, 2016 04:31 PM EST

Trying to get fit with the help of at-home DVDs can potentially lead to psychological harm, a new study is reporting.

You May Be More Racist than You Thought, Proves Study

You're Probably More Racist than You Think, Says Science

By Kanika Gupta - Oct 07, 2015 01:37 PM EDT

In a recent study it was discovered that mostly people admit to being racist but there are very few who realized that they are more prejudiced than they think.

Neuroticism

Here's Why The Neurotic Are Also Creative

By Peter R - Aug 28, 2015 03:38 PM EDT

A new study claims that neurotics have greater imagination and tend to brooders, consequently dwelling longer problems than others.

Scientists Can Tell if a Man will Murder his Loved Ones

Scientists Can Tell if a Man will Murder his Loved Ones

By Dustin Braden - Aug 26, 2015 07:36 PM EDT

Scientists claim they have found distinctions that make it possible to tell whether or not a man will go off the deep end and kills his romantic partner and children.

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Baby Brain' Does Not Exist; Forgetfulness During Pregnancy Is Not True: Study

By Maria Slither - Apr 10, 2015 12:27 PM EDT

A recent study debunked the idea of having a baby braiin during pregnancy. In the tests, pregnant women have the same performance with other women.

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Perfectionists More Likely to Bite Nails, Pop Pimples

By Maria Slither - Mar 19, 2015 12:21 PM EDT

A recent research said that nail-biting is a manifestation of impatience and perfectionist behavior, something that one should be careful about as it is linked to more serious decisions like committing suicide.

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Being Away From iPhone Can Lead to Anxiety, Poor Cognitive Performance

By Kamal Nayan - Jan 10, 2015 09:54 AM EST

Being away from iPhone can cause psychological harm, according to a new research. Researchers say iPhone separation can have "serious psychological and physiological effects."

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