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On the other hand, if you’re intrigued and asking if lust is not sexual desire, then what is it? And which comes first, female arousal or the desire to have sex? And how do these change over the course of a woman’s lifetime?
How Thinking Goes Wrong: Twenty-five Fallacies That Lead Us to Believe Weird Things - Art of ManlinessI'm totally stealing this post from a friend in Australia, though he does not give the original link where he got it from. I've been meaning to cross post for some time, but I wanted to finish reading if first. Well, I'm still not done reading it, but I'm posting it anyhow.
The Misconception: Your opinions are the result of years of rational, objective analysis. The Truth: Your opinions are the result of years of paying attention to information which confirmed what you believed while ignoring information which challenged your preconceived notions.
Consistent response to needs builds trust in environment, self, feeling of inner goodness Significant: Maternal/parent - baby relationship builds foundation for spiritual/relationship intimacy, separation painful 6 months - 1 year Assertion of will, conflicting independence/dependence, "holding on & letting go," rituals-routines-sameness,
Art by Laetitzia As we all know, communication is essential in society. Advancements in technology have transformed the way that we correspond with others in the modern world.
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Ten of the most influential social psychology studies.
This list is a follow up to Top 10 Common Faults in Human Thought .
The human mind is a wonderful thing.
- Close friendships explain why religious people tend to report more life satisfaction than others. - People who go to their places of worship often tend to be happier than those who go less frequently. - Sharing any kind of bond over meaningful beliefs would probably also help boost well-being. Religious people tend to report more life satisfaction, and a new study explains why.
March 29, 2013 1:38 pm | A specially-adapted “tactile helmet”, developed by researchers at the University of Sheffield, could provide fire-fighters operating in challenging conditions with vital clues about their surroundings. The helmet is fitted with a number of ultrasound sensors that are used to detect the distances between the helmet and nearby walls or other obstacles. These signals are transmitted to vibration pads that are attached to the inside of the helmet, touching the wearer's forehead. March 29, 2013 1:21 pm | Lignocellulosic biomass is the most abundant organic material on Earth and could supply the sugars needed to produce advanced biofuels that can supplement or replace fossil fuels.
By Diane Mapes Wondering why your fat cat boss seems so clueless about why you don’t want to work extra shifts during the holidays? It could be because he can’t understand the dour looks you keep throwing his way. Upper-class people are less adept at reading other people's emotions than their lower-class counterparts, according to a new study published in the journal Psychological Science.
Review of Emotional Intelligence , by Daniel Goleman
When I was young, I stayed at my neighbor's house. They had a grandfather clock.