Daily Archives: January 18, 2017

The Best Bipolar Videos of the Year

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Emotional Attraction

What causes emotional attraction? Are physical attributes the primary factors that determine attraction or is similarity more important? We all know how it feels to be attracted to someone – the old argument still lives on as to whether a … Continue reading

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Emotions and Memory

How do your emotions affect your ability to remember information and recall past memories? The question of how our how our brains memorize daily experiences has intrigued cognitive psychologists and neuroscientists for decades. Amongst a range of theories attempting to explain how we encode … Continue reading

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Psychology of Happiness

The psychology behind happiness – how positive affect is quantified and what influences happiness. Just how happy are you? Do you ever wish for a life that brought more moments to be joyful? Happiness is often an elusive experience – … Continue reading

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Emotion: Feelings How do we define emotions?

One area of confusion is that feelings are often loosely equated with emotions. This is all right for colloquial use. I can ask a friend how he is feeling today ; it would be awkward to ask him how emotional … Continue reading

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Eye Reading (Body Language)

What someone’s eyes can tell you about what they’re thinking. They’ve existed for 540 million years and most of us have a pair, but aside from giving us sight, what can we tell from looking at someone’s eyes? People say … Continue reading

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Study: Unhappy Music Creates ‘Pleasant’ Emotions

Listening to sad music can create ‘pleasant’ emotions, according to a recent study. Listening to melancholic music “induces pleasant emotion”, according to a recent study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. Conventional wisdom would hold that listening to a … Continue reading

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