A woman’s memory of an experience is less likely to be accurate than a man’s if the experience was emotionally provocative or unpleasant, according to research conducted by the University of Montreal researchers at Louis-H Lofontain Hospital.
Extroverted people who are open to new experiences are more inclined to spend more of their disposable income on experiences, such as a new restaurant, or a travel expedition, rather than shoes, clothes, or cars, a new study finds.
Many people get feelings of stress when they feel excluded from something, and results from a recent study, published in the journal Psychological Science, shows that feelings of inclusion can even come by way of a complete stranger.
Have you ever considered that the hours you work at your job can actually make you sick?
Researchers at PLoS Medicine have found a connection between work patterns and good health. In a new editorial published in the December issue of the journal, it is revealed that there is a clear association between people who work a rotating schedule and them having a higher potential of getting type 2 diabetes or becoming obese.
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