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PHOTOS: Blood, And 9 Other Most Common Phobias
Associate Vice Chair, MGH Department of Psychiatry
So what are the most common irrational fears and phobias? Terrorism? Cancer? Commitment? Nope. According to research studies of the U.S. population, the top fears and phobias are closely tied to the kinds of threats our ancestors had to worry about.
Love And 6 Other Things Your Subconscious Controls
Physicist and author
Scientists are becoming increasingly convinced that how we experience the world - our perception, behavior, memory, and social judgment - is largely driven by the mind's subliminal processes and not by the conscious ones, as we have long believed.
9 Ways Twentysomethings Screw Up Their Lives
Your 20s are a time when the things you do -- and the things you don't do -- will have an enormous effect across years and even generations to come. Here are 9 things that so many twentysomethings do that mess up their lives.
9 Ways To Stop Being Negative
Richard J. Davidson
I was always fascinated by variations among people in how they respond to emotional events in their environment. This strikes me as the most important characteristic of emotion--we are all different. The unique emotional fingerprint we all have is what I call Emotional Style.
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