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Is There Really True Love?

Hammock, G., & Richardson, D. S. (2011). Love attitudes and relationship experience. <i>The Journal of Social Psychology</i>, <i>151</i>, 608-624.<p>Heaven, P. C. L., …

Neuroscientists have discovered an important clue about how we push away negative thoughts

When an intrusive, unwanted thought comes to mind — something like, 'That interview went really poorly!' or 'I wish I hadn't said that!' — most of us are capable of simply pushing it away.<p>In people with psychiatric diseases like depression and PTSD, however, these thoughts can run wild, churning …

4 Signs of an Unhealthy Ego--And 1 Crucial Thing You Can Do to Fix It

Businesses echo the ego of their leaders. Is yours kept in check or a bit unhealthy?<p>You've been told you're special, unique, and capable of greatness since the day you were born--or the day you created a Facebook account. This belief is reinforced everywhere on social media, the TV of our time. The …

Business Strategy

Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker review – how more sleep can save your life

A neuroscientist has found a revolutionary way of being cleverer, more attractive, slimmer, happier, healthier and of warding off cancer – a good night’s shut-eye<p>Awake at 4.30am the other morning, having been roused from sleep by my four-year-old son climbing into bed with my wife and me (a more or …

Sleep

Metrics 101: Greatest Point Guard Seasons in Modern NBA History

Even within the modern portion of NBA history—1973-74 through the present day (when the scope of box scores expanded), point guards have seen their roles change dramatically.<p>They're no longer just the table-setters who once graced the league's premier rosters, though players who fill such roles are …

How to Record Calls on an iPhone

Apple doesn't make it easy to record phone calls, but it's not impossible. Here's how.<p>PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate …

Voice Mail

Déjà vu: Re-experiencing the unexperienced

It's odd, isn't it? That wistful sense of having been somewhere before, yet knowing full well that this is your first visit. Déjà vu is familiar to …

People who lash out first in personal relationships do so because they lack hope

If you’ve ever terminated a relationship—a romance, a friendship, a business partnership—to avoid being dumped or hung out to dry, you’re not alone. Many relationships unravel precisely because individuals worry about being left behind and preemptively decide to call it quits. As it turns out, our …

Psychology

Time Management Tips | How to Live on 24 Hours Per Day | The Art of Manliness

<i>Editor’s note: As you look back on the year that has just past, do you feel as though you spent another 12 months merely existing instead of truly</i> …

Conscience is our constant companion, leading us to Heaven or Hell

Third in a series on an essential, often misunderstood element of the moral life<p>The moral theologian asked the seminarians: “These are really rather …

Faith

The Creepiest Thing About You, Based On Your Astrological Sign

Image via Shutterstock<p><b>No person is as</b> saccharine sweet as they seem—everyone has had dark thoughts that, if enunciated to people around them, will …

Zodiac

A peacock's tail: how Darwin arrived at his theory of sexual selection

How Darwin developed the radical idea of females’ power to choose their mates despite it being at odds with his own notions of women as inferior<p>About 150 years ago, and “almost a lifetime” either side, Charles Darwin was beleaguered by the problem of the peacock’s tail. Just the sight of a feather, …

You Are So Much More Than You Think You Can Ever Be

In my recent downtime, I decided to go on a reading frenzy. I read everything from Simon Sinek, to Dj Khaled, to Tim Ferriss. You know what I learnt? …

A neuroscientist explains why we can’t see the world objectively—and humanity is better for it

Humans have a primal, biological imperative to maintain the status quo, but seeking out answers to the unknown is also incredibly important to evolutionary innovation.<p>This dichotomy creates all sorts of kerfuffles. We’re taught to rid ourselves of implicit biases that don’t serve society and to …

Creativity

Your Mind Is Not In Your Brain (It's the Other Way Around)

1. It may surprise many, but all “individual knowledge is remarkably shallow.” So says a view-of-mind-altering book <i>The Knowledge Illusion: Why We</i> …

Inventions

Find Happiness Through Connection

Getting along with others means connecting with them. The more you understand each other’s thoughts and feelings—and care about each other—the closer …

A spiritual approach to restoring mental health

A Christian Science perspective: Soundness of mind through divine insight.<p>April 27, 2017 —What can we do when we’re worried about another’s mental …

Mental Health

13 Foods Scientifically Proven to Boost Testosterone Levels

Testosterone is a vital hormone in the body.<p>It influences numerous tissues, not just the reproductive organs. It plays an important role in building …

Nutrition

Your true self: When the self breaks

Depersonalisation disorder<p>Many people experience brief episodes of detachment, but for others “depersonalisation” is an everyday part of life. <i>The</i> …

What are the benefits of drinking green tea?

Brew green tea wrong and it can taste foul. Add milk and you’ll never want to drink a hot drink again.<p>Making a good cup of green tea is full of …

There’s a point at which you know you’re dating a narcissist

There’s a relationship pattern some people will recognize: You meet a new person who comes across as intensely charming. Everyone seems to like them, which makes sense, since they’re fun, attentive, and interesting. But at some point, things shift. What felt like affectionate teasing now has a …

Psychology

Why do some of us find it easier to forgive? Neuroscience sheds light

Whether we condemn the villain in a movie or feel that somebody has wronged us personally, many of us make moral judgments on a daily basis. From a …

Psychology

How Loneliness Begets Loneliness

Social isolation kills, and in the process it makes it harder to reach out to others. A psychologist explains how to break the cycle.<p>“I’m clearly a textbook case of the silent majority of middle-aged men who won’t admit they’re starved for friendship, even if all signs point to the contrary,” wrote …

Is There Really Such a Thing as Dark Matter or is Gravity Wrong?

Dark matter is a subject that’s brought about many a debate in all the time it’s been proposed. The idea behind the dark matter is that normal matter …

Astronomers just turned on a planet-size telescope to take a picture of a black hole

Every image you’ve seen of a black hole is an illustration. A giant “virtual” telescope may change that.<p>The closest astronomers have come to directly “seeing” a black hole happened last year, when the LIGO observatory detected the spacetime-warping gravitational waves radiating from a pair of black …

Black Holes

The Reasons Why Sex Makes Us Happy May Not Be What You Think

First a statement of the obvious: sex makes us feel good. But apart from the obvious reasons why this is obviously true, could it be that the real reason sex promotes happiness has little to do with the sex itself?<p>That’s the contention of recent research that paints sex as the means to a different …

From decapitation to positive psychology: how one nerve connects body, brain and mind

The relationship between mind, brain and body has kept philosophers and scientists busy for centuries. Some of the first interesting – albeit …

Consciousness