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Putting feelings into words produces therapeutic effects in the brain
...ls why verbalizing our feelings makes our sadness, anger
and pain less intense. Another study, with the same participants and three of the same members of the research team, combines modern neuroscience with ancient Buddhist teachings to provide the first neural evidence for why “mindfulness” — the abili...
Gene variations contribute to aggression and anger in women
...studies have associated the hormone serotonin with anger
and aggression in both humans and animals and have...n variations in the serotonin receptor 2C gene and anger
and hostility. Completed at the University of Pittsburgh's Behavioral Physiology Laboratory, the ...
Adults who go to bed lonely get stress hormone boost next morning
...am and colleagues found that people who experience anger
throughout the day have higher bedtime levels of cortisol and flatter overall levels of the stress hormone, typically considered a risk factor for disorder. "High levels of cortisol in the evening are a kind of biological signature of a bad day," Ada...
'Uniquely human' component of language found in gregarious birds
...othing but 'Mortimer,' and give it him to keep his anger
still in motion." (Because of this passage, 100 European starlings were first introduced to New York City's Central Park in the 1890s. They flourished. North America now has an estimated 200 million starlings.) One previous study, however, sugges...