Peoples Feelings Can Subconsciously Influence Others
An article published in the latest issue of Current Directions in Psychological Science finds that other people influence us with out us even knowing of it//. The article explains that we are tied to each other. That what other people do and how they express their feelings can be a contagious, stro...
Body and Weight Checking May Signify an Eating Disorder
...and Anxiety Disorders ( http://www.remudaranch.com ). "Commonly, they check to feel for fatness, bones and any physical change in their body to subconsciously
or consciously motivate their eating disorder behavior."
Many individuals with eating disorders weigh themselves at frequent intervals, sometimes...
Research says fat friends and poor education helps people think thin
... Research by economists at the University of Warwick, Dartmouth College, and the University of Leuven, finds that people are powerfully but subconsciously
influenced by the weight of those around them. Without being aware of it, the researchers believe, human beings keep up with the weight of the Joneses...
Taking care of business shouldn't be just for men
...eers, like entrepreneurship, may be that common masculine stereotypes associated with this role are not openly discussed in society. Men and women are subconsciously
influenced by widely held stereotypes. Turban said that if the goal is to attract more women to entrepreneurship, it may be more desirable to describe...
Voting for Clinton Evokes Deep-Seated Feelings of Insecurity
...'s patented web-based research system reveals that while
respondents to any question tend to consciously report and say one thing,
they are most often subconsciously
feeling something else.
"There is a wide gap between the 'confidence' voters say they feel and
the 'insecurity' they actually feel about a possible ...
Fattening Foods May Have More Than Good Flavor in Their Corner
WEDNESDAY, March 26 (HealthDay News) -- Fattening foods taste good, but a new study suggests you might also like them because you subconsciously
realize they're full of calories.
Scientists report that mice without a sense of taste still developed a preference for sugar water compared to ord...
Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas
...Rao, the chairman of the British International Doctors' Association (BIDA), said: "We have some concerns that what has happened in the past weeks will subconsciously
have some negative effect on the minds of the public and the professionals we work with."
Dr Maadh Aldouri, the president of the British Arab...
Women Read Men’s Faces Quite Accuratel
... on these ‘attractive’ men it was found that these men were also blessed with these “good genes’.
In other words the study claimed that women were subconsciously
selecting healthy men with genes that were different to their own in order to give potential offsprings a diverse mix of genes, and a strong immune re...
The alarm clock in you
... Human beings have their own natural alarm clocks which can be set subconsciously
just by anticipating the time we want to wake up. Research conducted by scientists at the University of Lubeck in Germany has found that people releas...
Our unconscious brain makes the best decisions possible
...s, the more evidence he accumulates and the more sure he becomes of the dots' motion.
Subjects in this test performed exactly as if their brains were subconsciously
gathering information before reaching a confidence threshold, which was then reported to the conscious mind as a definite, sure answer. The subjects, ...
What is a gene?
...e by stating that "Mazda has many Ford genes".
The analysis in EMBO reports shows that journalists present the term 'gene' either consciously or subconsciously
using a number of different frames that may invoke various prejudiced images in the reader's mind. "Such a diversity of meanings presents a key chall...
OHSU researchers reveal the science of shivering
...s brain wiring, is parallel to but not the same as the sensory pathway for conscious cold detection. In other words, your body is both consciously and subconsciously
detecting the cold at the same time using two different but related sensory systems.
The research was conducted by studying rats. It is believed th...
Scientist's persistence sheds light on marine science riddle
...olution at The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia's natural history museum. "That means that the data entered in the system could not have been subconsciously
biased toward this result. I hope there will be many more surprising results in the years to come." The database Malacolog ( www.data.acnatsci.org/was...