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2015/05/24 12:51
2015/05/24 12:51
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A new study suggest that the human drive for authenticity — being true to ourselves and living in accordance with our values — is so fundamental that we feel immoral or impure when we hide our true...
Read more at Psych Central, redOrbit
2015/05/24 12:51
2015/05/24 12:51
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2015/05/18 20:38
2015/05/18 20:38
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According to a study from Microsoft whose results have just been released, the average human attention span has fallen below that of goldfish -- and you can blame it on the gadgets we use to watch...
2015/05/13 12:51
2015/05/13 12:51
13d
The near-misses in life — such as missing the winning lottery number by one number — may actually boost our motivation to achieve other potential wins, leading us to pursue unrelated rewards and...
2015/05/07 00:21
2015/05/07 00:21
20d
Educational apps can 'be as bad as sugary foods': Experts call for crackdown on downloads aimed at children Say 'most' of the 80,000 educational appsare a waste of time Have produced guide to...
2015/05/05 11:05
2015/05/05 11:05
21d
A RECENT article in Psychology Today suggests people put themselves down in order to protect themselves from jealousy because the curse is more trouble than it’s worth. It also turns out women are...
Read more at Perth Now, Herald Sun
2015/05/01 15:45
2015/05/01 15:45
25d
... is often regarded as an unsavory word, viewed as an admission that someone's not totally together. But here's the reality: There's absolutely nothing wrong with needing or wanting to get...
2015/04/28 01:45
2015/04/28 01:45
29d
Apple trumpets its new Watch as its "most personal device yet." And sometimes, when things get personal, they get a little messy, too. The smartwatch is finally in consumers' hands -- though only for...
2015/04/27 20:38
2015/04/27 20:38
29d
People most likely to cheat when ethical boundaries are blurred A new study has revealed that ambiguous situations make it easier for people to justify their ethical transgressions. New research...
2015/04/27 10:38
2015/04/27 10:38
29d
Childhood self-control linked to successful professional career A new research has found that people who develop self-control in childhood are much more likely to find and retain employment as...
2015/05/24 12:51
2015/05/24 12:51
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