Did you know there’s a specific part of your brain that helps you regulate your emotions? Learn about the prefrontal cortex and the role it plays in turning your negative experiences into positive ones.

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The Chemistry of Love invovles three stages and each stage involves different chemical triggers.

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Your attitudes help you form and keep relationships. Learn more about how this works, and about how psychologists study attitudes.

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People can act in racist ways or make racist comments without consciously meaning to. Thankfully, your brain contains the machinery necessary to correct implicit racial biases. All it takes is a little mental effort!

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The next time you hear someone say, “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” tell them to think again! Studies suggest that non-physical forms of bullying are just as painful as physical forms.

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Synchronous behaviour connects you with others, makes you feel good, and contributes to the creation of social bonds.

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Most of the time, people tend to be cooperative, kind, and helpful. Have you ever wondered why?

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Recent research suggests that the use of technology can have a negative impact on your emotional intelligence.

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New research into oxytocin reveals a hormonal component to the relationship between dogs and humans.

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The enduring popularity of Facebook suggests that users perceive benefits that outweigh any risks.

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