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{How Your Memory Works} You don't remember what happened. What you remember becomes what happened.
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{Why creepy people give us the chills.} Research shows that when people behave inappropriately, it can send a chill through our brains and down our spines
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There is something about the human brain that captures our fascination and willingness to believe
{Why We Lie} - Research shows that nearly everyone cheats a little if given the opportunity -We like to believe that a few bad apples spoil the virtuous bunch. But new research shows that everyone cheats a little—right up to the point where they lose their sense of integrity. Conflict Resolution, Brain Based Learning, Behavioral Economics, Therapy Counseling, Counseling Resources, Therapy Tools, Human Behavior, School Counseling, Social Work
Why We Lie
{Why We Lie} - Research shows that nearly everyone cheats a little if given the opportunity -We like to believe that a few bad apples spoil the virtuous bunch. But new research shows that everyone cheats a little—right up to the point where they lose their sense of integrity.
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{Middle-Aged Brains Are Already Past Their Prime} You may want to read this twice if you're older than 45. In fact, you may have to. That's because your mental abilities are already in decline, according to a recent UK study published in the British Medical Journal
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{How Your Brain Is Like Manhattan} The brain's streets run in 2 dimensions, with elevators in a 3d. This image shows the grid structure of the major pathways of the brain. It was created using a scanner that's part of the Human Connectome Project, a five-year effort which is studying and mapping the human brain.