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Tagged With Psychology

Advertisers can target you psychologically based on a single Facebook like, study finds


An MIT psychologist who studies how tech infiltrates our brains reveals her own tech habits


This is the best way to get revenge on your abusive ex-partner



Science has proven that you're a better person if you like Harry Potter -- here's why


The way 'good' people explain away bad behaviour is called 'moral licensing' -- here's what it means


This is why psychopaths don't make good investors -- despite working well in positions of power



Answering this question can supposedly tell you whether or not you're a psychopath -- but it's not that simple


13 signs you're smarter than you realise


A lot of problematic behaviour from male characters in films is supposed to be romantic -- here's why it isn't


7 ways to tell if someone is cheating on you


The most extreme daredevils alive reveal how they know they're ready for a terrifying feat


Using any of these words could indicate that you are more stressed



Our smartphone obsession looks a lot like the obesity epidemic, MIT psychologist says


There's a biological reason why some people get chills down their spine when they listen to music and others don't


A top psychologist says parents who argue tend to raise more creative kids


Constantly texting your friends, family, or partner could be psychologically damaging -- here's why



Science suggests there's no such thing as an 'addictive personality' -- here's why


Here are the ages your brain matures at everything


Jeff Bezos let his kids use knives and power tools from an early age -- and experts say that could be a good thing


An MIT psychologist explains why so many tech moguls send their kids to anti-tech schools