Do you want to understand more about yourself in a quick, fun, and easy way? Do you like to know how other people tick, and how best to deal with them? Most of us would answer yes to both questions. Despite the fact that every person is a complex combination of traits and … [Read more...] about DOPE Bird 4 Personality Test: All you need to know
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A study conducted in the 1950s connected two personality types to heart disease risks. Cardiologists Meyer Friedman and R. H. Rosenman conducted a study and came up with a theory that best illustrates two opposing personality types - the typically highly-strung Type A and the … [Read more...] about Type A and Type B Personality Behavior Patterns and What They Mean
With the increasing popularity of smart drugs, the ethics of brain hacking is becoming more and more of a hot topic.Brain hacking is the use of artificial means to improve brain power and IQ. It might include the use of smart drugs such as modafinil or electrical brain … [Read more...] about Exploring the Ethics of “Brain Hacking”
For those seeking a synaesthesia definition, it is a perceptual condition that few people have that causes stimulation of one sense due to the stimulation of a different unrelated sense. These could be a mixture between all senses - touch, sound, taste, vision, and … [Read more...] about What Is It Like to Live with Synesthesia?
Look, I don't know how else to say this...Your family is in danger. Okay okay. I know. That opening wasn't fair. You probably started panicking when I told you that, right? I don't blame you. But, let me share a little statistic with you: One in ten households become … [Read more...] about Modern Living Security | The Best Home Security System Models
You know that Tylenol can take the edge off physical pain. But did you know that it may also dull your emotions? Intriguing research from Ohio State University suggests that acetaminophen-containing drugs like Tylenol may reduce the intensity of emotions. … [Read more...] about Pain Killers (Like Tylenol) Also Numb Emotions
A recent study published in the Journal of Writing Research compared writing by hand against using a keyboard. They found that people who wrote by hand had better memory recall than those who used a standard keyboard or a virtual keyboard (like one on tablet). They are better … [Read more...] about Does Handwriting Have Advantages Over Using a Keyboard?
I am currently reading the book The Winner's Brain by Jeff Brown and Mark Fenske. While the book is good it isn't groundbreaking by any means in this new wave of personal development literature (advice for improvement coupled with scientific research purportedly backing the … [Read more...] about Research Shows Difference Between Resilient and Non-Resilient Brains
It seems like that childhood activity of climbing a tree does a lot of good for you after all. New research from the University of North Florida shows that climbing trees and participating in other activities that require dynamic proprioception actually enhances working memory, … [Read more...] about Climbing Trees Makes You Smarter by Improving Your Working Memory
Barney Stinson was right. The Cheerleader Effect does indeed exist. In the show How I Met Your Mother, Barney Stinson theorized of "the cheerleader effect," wherein a girl is more attractive when in a group than when in person. Although the name of the theory was postulated in … [Read more...] about The Cheerleader Effect is Real