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Chemistry makes us cheat
Infidelity is about neuroscience, and the brain operations which control the way we value desire, risk and reward
'Children Succeed' With Character, Not Test Scores : NPR...
Author Paul Tough says parents should focus less on SAT and IQ scores, and more on fostering grit, curiosity and character in their kids. He argues that attachment is important in the first few years, but parents need to know when to step back and le...
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Freud's theory of unconscious conflict linked to anxiety...
An experiment that Sigmund Freud could never have imagined 100 years ago may help lend scientific support for one of his key theories, and help connect it with
Humility key to effective leadership
Why Are 80% of Harvard Students First-Borns?
That's my estimate anyways. I remember it like it was yesterday. It was my freshman year at Harvard, and I was going to the first lecture of "Justice" - one of the most popular classes on campus....
"Mind-Mapping": How We Manipulate the People We Love
All too often, people do hurtful things with impunity and entitlement in relationships simply to gratify their own needs.
Even Babies Think Crime Deserves Punishment
Young babies prefer people who punish 'mean' characters.
The science of sucking up
They say flattery will get you nowhere - but it turns out it's actually a pretty healthy skill to have in the workplace, especially when things go pear-shaped.
The Just-World Fallacy
The Misconception: People who are losing at the game of life must have done something to deserve it. The Truth: The beneficiaries of good fortune often do nothing to earn it, and bad people often g...