“Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.” – Helen Keller Yeah…what friendship? Ahhh….ah…How can I give the definition of the friendship? It’s a challenging task. Isn’t it? Yes, friendship is the most unique relationship. “It exists within the socio-emotional realm […]
Good people do bad things because they normally do good things. This is known as moral licensing or self-licensing. They do bad things because they decide that they deserve something as they have been good. when an action is morally ambiguous your history of doing good things can […]
A combined team of design researchers and psychologists at RMIT University in Melbourne develop a new computer font which helps us to boost the brain’s memory. The font, Sans Forgetica, may help people remember what they read and could help those struggling to study for exams. They work on the principle: minor mental gymnastics help readers remember things better.
Love is an emotional attraction. It can happen when you meet and interact with someone on a regular basis. However, do you think love at first sight exists?
As the exams plays a very important role in our life. Students put much effort in revision and fail to get rest as they have tensions about the exams. So due to the lack of sleep and the stress cause the body to fall ill after the exams.
Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara lead by Alexander Boone and his group are really attempting to look for the response to the question.
Truth to be told, loneliness may be bad enough research shows in 2017 states that loneliness can be deadlier than obesity.
Researchers has found a small positive correlation between a person’s score on an emotional suppression scale and their mortality risk in study of 111 people in 2013.
It is not clear that they were to die for any reason but it could be that it makes you more likely to choose unhealthy outlets for your feelings like smoking, using drugs, etc.
Psychology can explain why it happens. People who believe they have control over their memory tend to be less forgetful than those who think forgetfulness is just an irreversible part of getting old, and how you think about your memory problems may also have an effect.