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An interesting study based on the adage “forgive and forget.” Here are some key points: They base the study on forgive first in order to forget. Forgiving may be a coping strategy: to forget the upsetting memories of the bad … Continue reading
A new study has revealed that being cynical could be linked to dementia. It’s interesting that a character trait has been linked with brain deterioration. Moreover, against a popular misperception, there is no link between cynicism and early death.
According to a study, millennials these days may have casual hookups, but they have less partners than their parents did. What other relaxed attitudes are there? Premarital Sex In the 1970s, 29% of Americans thought premarital sex was acceptable. By … Continue reading
Health A study about standing desks shows that it increases productivity by as much as 12% as well as combat childhood obesity. Justice Philosopher Elizabeth Anderson makes a case for inequalities we can live with: Current justifications for extreme inequality … Continue reading
Two interesting stories came out this week. First, a study by Zhana Vrangalova reveals whether promiscuous people would have more friends or not. From the study itself: In study after study, promiscuous people are seen as less desirable friends, spouses, … Continue reading
Aesthetics A cool video of 100 years of beauty in Korea. It gets surreal when it hits the 1950s: Economics The more you live in a place with income inequality, the more likely people will purchase items to give them … Continue reading
Crime Disadvantaged youths who were given summer jobs committed fewer violent crimes than their unemployed peers, even after their jobs ended. Psychopathic violent offenders’ brains can’t understand punishment. Environment Here is a chart of US Congress denying climate change: Epistemology … Continue reading
We usually think that when it comes to social issues, people are usually set and it’s very difficult to change their minds, especially on a issue that’s so entrenched from their cultural upbringing. A new study shows that a specific … Continue reading
This may be old news, but an interesting paper suggests that fathers who do more housework around the house raise daughters who don’t aim for typical gender-stereotype jobs later in life. The father was key to raising daughters to aim … Continue reading