Christine Andréa

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Is John Cena a secret BTS and K-pop fan?

John Cena has K-Pop fans certain he’s a secret follower of BTS and other artists after he started posting pics to his Instagram.<p>Just yesterday the …

How Bristol's social workers are finally being brought into the 21st century

Social workers who cannot email or get online when out of the office will soon be brought into the 21st century thanks to a £1million tech …

The Psychology and Brain Biology of “Whatever”

Source: hidesy/iStockphoto<p>Have you ever wondered why some people seem to care so much while others just don’t? Are <i>you</i> perhaps one of those people who …

Psychology

What Empire Got Wrong About Social Workers

On last week's episode of <i>Empire</i> (Fox)—now in it's 3rd season and finished its 2nd season as the number 1 show on broadcast television—the episode …

Social Work

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This Is How To Be Productive Without Being Miserable: 8 Proven Secrets

There’s plenty of good advice on how to be productive. But most of it makes you feel like you need to turn yourself into a machine. You don’t want to …

Time Management

Pick A Color To See What It Reveals About Your Personality

<b>Your personality is complex and you are clearly more than just your favorite color, but your color preference may reveal more about you than you</b> …

Is the Brain Gendered? A Q&A with Harvard's Catherine Dulac

A lingering question asked by neuroscientists has to do with what, if anything, makes the male and female brains distinctive, whether in mice or …

Neuroscience

8 "Fake It ‘Til You Make It" Strategies Backed by Science

Trying to fake your way to success seems dubious at best and delusional at worst. And yet, there is plenty of science that proves you can actually …

Scientists discovered something surprising about why we take sighs of relief

Well, you can discount that advice entirely, because sighing's actually a crucial reflex that keeps our lungs healthy, and researchers have just uncovered the switch in our brain that controls it.<p>The team identified two tiny clusters of neurons in the brain stem that automatically turn normal …

Stanford University

Here’s How to Scientifically Train Your Mind to Be Happy

Training your mind to look for errors and problems (as happens in careers like accounting and law) can lead you toward a pervasive pessimism that …

Silicon Valley

BTS Concert Fiasco in Atlanta Denies Entry to Over 100 Ticket Holders

After weeks of anticipation and hours waiting in the rain, over 100 ticket holders where denied entry into the BTS Concert on Saturday, September …

K-pop band BTS debuts new song at No. 1 – The Korea Times

A new song by K-pop hip-hop boy band BTS topped charts after being unveiled Monday in South Korea, according to <b>Yonhap</b>.<p>“RUN,” the headlining track on …

New Singles

How Giving Up Refined Sugar Changed My Brain

Consuming refined sugar can impact mood, decision-making, and memory. Here’s how good it can be to give it up.<p><i>Editor’s Note: This article is one of the top 10 Leadership stories of 2015. See the full list here.</i><p>I have a love-hate relationship with food. I love it; it generally hates me. Matter of …

Nutrition

24 Signs You're An Introvert- Not Shy

Many people believe introversion and shyness are one and the same, but this is not true. All my life I was told that I was shy. I believed it too… …

Why the Apple Watch is flopping

<i>By Mark Wilson</i><p>The Apple Watch, despite years of hype before it was even announced, appears to be flopping after all.<p>It wasn't a good sign when Apple announced shortly before the Watch release that they weren't going to be breaking out sales numbers. Now, a new report from third-party analysts Slice …

The birth of a psychopath

<b>(CNN) —</b> After every horrific crime that shocks us, the next question we often ask is, "How could anyone do such a thing?"<p>If the criminal is a psychopath, the answer is very simple. They don't feel empathy or guilt. So instead of asking, "How could they do this horrible thing?" the more pertinent …

Psychology

The 4 Types of Introvert: Which Are You? | Inc.com

Ask a bunch of people on the street what the term "introverted" means and you'll probably get a bunch of different answers. One person might mention social anxiety, another a dreamy personality, a third a preference for small groups over large.<p>Apparently, this confusion about just what it means to …

Psychology

Google's adorable new Android ad tells us to be 'friends furever'

Google's latest Android ad is simply adorable. Called "Friends Furever," the spot is little more than a collection of cute videos showing animals working together, but it ends with a message: "Be together. Not the same."<p>That same motto runs at the end of its previous spot, highlighting that while …

Cute

Brain Science Explains The Most Productive Ways To Procrastinate

Research on the brain’s decision-making systems reveals the five most productive ways to waste time.<p>Sit down to work on a specific task and you may find your mind veering off on a different track, spiraling down into the black hole of procrastination.<p>“We all experience motivational breakdowns, like …

Procrastination

The Psychology of Irrational Fear

Why we're more afraid of sharks than car accidents, and of Ebola than flu<p>Last week Sen. Rand Paul, a doctor, laid out the threat of Ebola in America thusly, to CNN:<p>"If someone has Ebola at a cocktail party, they're contagious and you can catch it from them.”<p>That statement is, of course, not true, …

Scientists Announce A Big-Bang Breakthrough

<b>This post was update at 4:00 p.m. ET.</b><p>Researchers say they've discovered that gravitational waves rippled through the fabric of space-time in the first sliver of a second after the Big Bang — the first direct evidence for a mysterious, ultrarapid expansion at the dawn of the universe. If confirmed, …

The Best Burgers in America

Americans eat nearly 50 billion burgers a year, an average of three a week.<p>The secret to a great, sublime hamburger – one that is crispy on the …

New York City

Erase Bad Memories In Your Sleep

Re-exposing people to a fearful stimulus while they slept helped them get rid of their fear.<p>While the body sleeps, the brain is busy filing away the day's activities, processing memories so they can be recalled later on. Under the influence of Ambien, sleep has been shown to improve recall of bad …

U.N. panel to blame mankind for global warming, explain 'hiatus' | Reuters

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A United Nations panel of experts met on Monday to review a draft report that raises the probability that climate change is man-made to 95 percent and warns of ever more extreme weather unless governments take strong action.<p>A truck engine is tested for pollution exiting its …

Climate Change

Dogs: an uncomplicated relationship

Beyond simply being hairy, smelly love machines, a growing body of research shows that dogs may be even more in tune with us than we previously thought<p>Recently Pete Etchells posted about our complicated relationship with cats so, to balance the score, this week I'm going to tell you why our …

This App Can Make Anyone A Video Game Designer

Draw the design for a level on graph paper, and Pixel Press can translate it into a real, playable game<p>Who hasn't sat on the couch at the end of a marathon gaming session and wondered what it would be like to make a game rather than just play one? With Pixel Press, anyone can do both—no coding …

Look for bright nova in constellation Delphinus

It’s the brightest nova since 2007, and may remain visible to the unaided eye for weeks to come.<p>Last Wednesday a white-dwarf star erupted in the …

IPCC Surer Than Ever About Human-Caused Climate Change

But the international panel of experts is less sure how that will affect people in specific places.<p>What debate? A recent draft of an international consensus report offers stronger-than-ever evidence that global warming is driven by human activity. The report also adjusts its expectations for …