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Why Night Owls Are More Intelligent Than Morning Larks
More intelligent people wake up late and stay up late
How to Win Friends and Influence People
Compiled by Richard Anthony
6 Insane Things Science Can Predict About You at Infancy...
Science, as it usually does, has some surprising and kind of scary things to tell us. Apparently, no matter what kind of life you lead, scientists can still figure out who you'll be at 30 based on who you were as a toddler.
Best Online Psychology Tests
Online tests gauge your reaction to sounds, faces and other experiments.
RAPE OF THE MIND - Joost A. M. Meerloo
This work has been long out of print. Of course, the technology has advanced and the techniques have been refined, but the principles remain the same.
'Antidote' Prescribes A 'Negative Path To Happiness' : NPR...
In his new book, Oliver Burkeman shuns motivational seminars and the power of positive thinking in favor of uncertainty, insecurity and even pessimism. "Trying to let [negative] feelings be and not always struggling to stamp them out is a more fruitf...
Top 10 Secrets of Effective Liars
How to lie and get away with it.
Handout #3: Behaviors Leading to Self Actualization
Source: Maslow, , 1967, pp. 281-284
Tricks you can do with your eyes? I'll have more on that in a moment. First, let's look at what you can tell by watching a persons eyes.
The Study of Psychological Phenomena
Resources on the study of psychological phenomena and how environment relates to behavior.
6 Weird Things That Influence Bad Behavior More Than Laws...
Our surroundings can trick us into being generous, good people. Of course, it goes the other way, too ...
Brainwashing Methods: How They Program Your Mind
YOU ARE BEING BRAINWASHED. You don't have to like it, but most people do. There has always been an "opiate for the masses". It is a necessary part of the civilized world. Imagine if everyone was running around with a free thinking mind of their own. ...
Memories of a family at war - World - www.smh.com.au
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New Study Says We Take on the Traits of Our Favorite Fictional...
There's a rather interesting new study out of Ohio State University that says that consuming media may affect us more than we think. The conclusion drawn at the end of the experiment was that often times, we can take on some of the traits of fictiona...