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How to read real facial expressions (s)

How to read real facial expressions (s)
Lady Lady 2 days, 8 hours ago
Subscribers only The 'Duchenne marker' is named after the French neurologist who first discovered it. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember M...
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How to get over a breakup, according to research (s)

How to get over a breakup, according to research (s)
Sasha Sasha 2 days, 8 hours ago
Subscribers only Plus: the best way to feel better after a breakup. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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These huge changes in human iq are frightening

These huge changes in human iq are frightening
Lady Lady 2 days, 14 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email IQ tests across almost three decades reveal a worrying trend. Average human IQ has been dropping over the last few decades, new research concludes. Potential culprits are worsening nutrition (particularly eat...
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Depressed and anxious people are raised by parents who do this

Depressed and anxious people are raised by parents who do this
Lady Lady 2 days, 15 hours ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Higher risk of depression and anxiety from this parental behaviour. People with critical parents pay less attention to the emotions on other people’s faces, researchers have found. Looking at and reading emot...
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The amazing ways exercise changes your personality

The amazing ways exercise changes your personality
Lady Lady 5 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email How to change your personality for the better. Being more physically active makes people more extraverted, conscientious, agreeable and open to new experience, new research finds. A few of the benefits of the...
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The fascinating sign of a healthy relationship

The fascinating sign of a healthy relationship
Percy Percy 5 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email How to predict if a relationship will end in marriage. When looking back, couples destined to marry accurately remember the ups and downs of their relationship, research reveals. Happy couples have no reason ...
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The attitude that marks out intelligent people

The attitude that marks out intelligent people
Percy Percy 5 days ago
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email High intelligence is linked to holding certain attitudes, psychological research finds. More intelligent people are less likely to be prejudiced against same-sex couples, new research finds. However, people o...
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Food that lowers intelligence is eaten by 71%

Food that lowers intelligence is eaten by 71%
Sasha Sasha 11 June, 2018
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email 71% of children report eating this food every week. Adolescents who eat a lot of fast food do 20% worse in standard tests of reading, math and science as compared to those who ate none, research finds. The mo...
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The best way to change people’s minds (s)

The best way to change people’s minds (s)
Percy Percy 11 June, 2018
Subscribers only How to use the way you talk to persuade others. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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Why some people won’t commit to a relationship

Why some people won’t commit to a relationship
Sasha Sasha 11 June, 2018
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email Why some people dislike committing to a relationship and avoid a partner who is “clingy”. People who avoid committing to a romantic relationship are often the product of over-intrusive or unresponsive parentin...
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A sign of high intelligence, better mental health and long life

A sign of high intelligence, better mental health and long life
Sasha Sasha 11 June, 2018
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email It is linked to higher IQ and being 30% less likely to suffer major depression. People who are intelligent are 30% more likely to be short-sighted, new research finds. Intelligent people are also 30% less lik...
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How depression affects the brain long-term

How depression affects the brain long-term
Percy Percy 6 June, 2018
Subscribers only Long-term depression needs a new type of treatment. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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What your musical taste says about your personality

What your musical taste says about your personality
Sasha Sasha 6 June, 2018
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email A 15 second clip was enough to reveal aspects of personality. People who like more sophisticated music, like opera and jazz are higher in openness to experience, new research finds. People who are open to exp...
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What glasses say about your personality (s)

What glasses say about your personality (s)
Lady Lady 29 May, 2018
Subscribers only The personality traits of people who wear glasses. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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The jobs that make you mentally ill (s)

The jobs that make you mentally ill (s)
Percy Percy 29 May, 2018
Subscribers only Job strain at age 45 predicted mental health problems five years later. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Pas...
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The allergic conditions associated with depression and anxiety (s)

The allergic conditions associated with depression and anxiety (s)
Lady Lady 29 May, 2018
Subscribers only The risk of developing a psychiatric disorder is 66% higher. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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The diet linked to a larger brain (s)

The diet linked to a larger brain (s)
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 29 May, 2018
Subscribers only The brain loses about half a teaspoon of cells each year. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Remember Me  Forgot Password
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The hormone linked to cheating in women (s)

The hormone linked to cheating in women (s)
Lady Lady 29 May, 2018
Subscribers only This hormone linked to dissatisfaction with current partner and more flirting with others. To get full access and remove all ads, become a PsyBlog subscriber.Find out more Subscribers can sign in below:Username or E-mailPassword Reme...
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The personality trait linked to lower iq

The personality trait linked to lower iq
HoneyBadger HoneyBadger 29 May, 2018
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email The trait is associated with lower full-scale intelligence and lower verbal IQ. Neurotic people score lower on intelligence tests, research finds. However, the link could be down to the neurotic being nervous...
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6 signs that you are charismatic

6 signs that you are charismatic
Lady Lady 27 May, 2018
TweetShare0PocketPinterest0LinkedIn0Email It takes as little as five minutes to feel someone’s charisma bursting through. People who are charismatic have a magic combination of being courteous and approachable as well as being able to influence others...
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