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The Dark Side of Empathy || New research finds the much-lauded feeling of identification with another person's emotions can lead to unwarranted aggressive behavior. | Pacific Standard

New research finds the much-lauded feeling of identification with another person's emotions can lead to unwarranted aggressive behavior.

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Psychology: A simple trick to improve your memory

Want to enhance your memory for facts? Tom Stafford explains a counterintuitive method for retaining information.

Exposure to violence makes you more likely to lie, cheat Violence in print, video media erodes ethical behavior

Exposure to violence makes you more likely to lie, cheat: Violence in print, video media erodes ethical behavior

Exposure to violence makes you more likely to lie, cheat Violence in print, video media erodes ethical behavior (observation)

A look at the science of how we form habits and how we can break them.

‘The Power of Habit,’ by Charles Duhigg

The power of habit by Charles Duhigg, Random House

Infection-fighting TH17 cells (green) in the intestine cause disease when the body clock is disrupted.

Jet lag, shift work, and even late nights staring at your tablet or smartphone may be making you sick. That's because the body's internal cl.

Historical research shows how solitary confinement threatens physical, mental health of prisoners

Imaging study identifies brain structural changes linked to physical, mental health in FND patients

Bullying Can Lead to PTSD Symptoms I didn't need a study to tell me this...10years experience taught me this.

Bullying Can Lead to PTSD Symptoms

Amping Up Brain Function: Transcranial Stimulation Shows Promise in Speeding Up Learning - Scientific American

It's Not Dementia, It's Your Heart Medication: Cholesterol Drugs and Memory - Scientific American

Alzheimer and Parkinsons Disease -Two Faces of the Same Disease?@ http://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/alzheimer-and-parkinsons-disease-two-faces-of-the-same-disease-2161-0460-1000222.php?aid=72290

2243 New Prion Disease Raises Questions About Whether Alzheimer’s And Parkinson’s Could Be Infectious

Literary Jukebox: A daily quote from a favorite book, thematically matched with a song. A project by Maria Popova.

literary jukebox Daily quote from a favorite book, thematically matched with a song. A side project by Maria Popova.

A team of Japanese researchers has achieved something incredible: they've captured, for the first time ever, a movie which shows how thoughts form in the brain.

First-Ever Incredible Footage of a Thought Being Formed

A team of Japanese researchers has achieved something incredible: they've captured, for the first time ever, a movie which shows how thoughts form in the brain.

Deciphering the brain’s default mode network could help us solve the mysteries of mental illness and identity.

What Schizophrenia Can Teach Us About Ourselves

Integral Options Cafe: What Schizophrenia Can Teach Us About Ourselves

The Latest DIY Craze: Brain Hacking: Home experimenters are building rigs to send currents through their heads | Marom Bikson, a biomedical engineering professor who has done extensive research on tDCS technology, has warned of its misuse. He says that the technology’s excellent safety record is based on lab experiments, which use fault-resistant devices and careful medical protocols.

The Latest DIY Craze: Brain Hacking: Home experimenters are building rigs to send currents through their heads

Empathy 101: Don't react, absorb.

NoVo Foundation's Robert Sherman h.

Fantasizing about positive outcomes may make them less likely.

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