An FBI behaviour expert explains.
You know how some couples die within just a few days of each other? That’s an example of the syndrome.
“It’s not just the hunger, it’s the message that you deserve to be hungry.”
Or influence your political views?
And is anyone immune from this tendency to believe repeated claims are true?
And clear emotional fog?
Advice #1: “Seek someone else’s thoughts and opinions without judging them.”
Hint: it’s not missed opportunities.
Occasional fasting or eating mostly fats and protein may improve a person’s energy and focus.
As they transform something such as food into a clickable status symbol?
Studies find that sadness is actually good for you.
Women may actually be harmed by using humor at work.
And is there even such a thing as placebo sleep?
As we access a memory, many parts of our brains rapidly talk to each other.
Hybristophilia: those who are sexually aroused by the object of their affection’s wrongdoing.
The power of visualization!
The power of a process called “affect labelling”.
Seasonal mood changes are a real thing. And they do have a biological cause.
Our brains judge time indirectly, mostly through two processes—attention and memory.
Fight or flight: the gut-brain connection.
Scientists have measured cortisol levels in the saliva of people pre and post entering a museum, and saw it significantly lowered!
This is how your brain can predict the future.
Why reading or watching bad news first thing in the morning is so bad for you.