Psychology

An American says she suddenly woke up with a British accent - here's what likely happened

An American says she suddenly woke up with a British accent - here's what likely happened

4 days ago   |   Travel

Foreign Accent Syndrome is a rare but diagnosed illness that typically occurs following severe trauma. Despite sounding a bit strange, FAS makes more sense when you think about...
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'Opposites attract' is a myth - science says you're more likely to fall in love with someone similar

'Opposites attract' is a myth - science says you're more likely to fall in love with someone similar

5 days ago   |   Travel

Motortion Films/Shutterstock The adage "opposites attract" is often internalized by people on the hunt for a partner - but according to research, it's not true. Studies show an...
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The easiest part of the Olympics is the race itself, according to a sports psychologist

The easiest part of the Olympics is the race itself, according to a sports psychologist

5 days ago   |   Travel

Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Kristin Keim is a sports psychologist who has trained Olympic athletes. She says the race is often the easiest part of the Olympics, because...
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Here's what you should do if you want to celebrate Valentine's Day but your partner loathes it - or vice versa

Here's what you should do if you want to celebrate Valentine's Day but your partner loathes it - or vice versa

10 days ago   |   Travel

Jeremy Cai / Unsplash Some people truly hate Valentine's Day. Unfortunately, some of them may end up in relationships with people who expect them to celebrate it. Both partners...
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Gratitude Can Go A Long Way in The Workplace

Gratitude Can Go A Long Way in The Workplace

26 days ago   |   Business - News

New research contradicts the notion that telling someone they are doing a good job has no place in the dog-eat-dog world of business. Investigators from the Performance Science...
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Loneliness is deadlier than obesity or smoking - and Britain just took a major step toward prevention

Loneliness is deadlier than obesity or smoking - and Britain just took a major step toward prevention

1 month ago   |   Travel

Shutterstock Britain has appointed a new minister of loneliness to battle the ongoing epidemic of loneliness afflicting senior citizens. Psychology studies have suggested that...
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What knowing that you make less money because you're a woman does to your brain, according to science

What knowing that you make less money because you're a woman does to your brain, according to science

1 month ago   |   Travel   |   2 articles

Kevin Winter/Getty Images Having more money and a higher status than others can be good for your health. Powerful people have what's known as a "stress buffer" that reduces...
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Cahill rejects Arsenal's 'psychological edge' over Chelsea ahead of Carabao Cup clash

Cahill rejects Arsenal's 'psychological edge' over Chelsea ahead of Carabao Cup clash

1 month ago   |   Sport - News

The Blues' recent record against the Gunners is less than impressive but the defender says that will count for little in the EFL Cup semi-finals
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Does Money Buy Happiness? Not Necessarily

Does Money Buy Happiness? Not Necessarily

1 month ago   |   Business - News

How much people earn is associated with how they experience happiness, according to a new study. People who earn more money tend to experience more positive emotions focused on...
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Performance Pressure May Lead Employees to Cheat

Performance Pressure May Lead Employees to Cheat

2 monthes ago   |   Business - News

Why do employees cheat? Too much pressure, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Georgia found that high-pressure expectations in the workplace lead to...
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MLB trade news: Rays trade P Jake Odorizzi to Twins

MLB trade news: Rays trade P Jake Odorizzi to Twins

The Rays shook things up Saturday by trading pitcher Jake Odorizzi to the Twins for a prospect. Read more ...

Winter Olympics 2018: What to watch Sunday, Feb. 18, in Pyeongchang

Winter Olympics 2018: What to watch Sunday, Feb. 18, in Pyeongchang

Team USA will face Finland in the women's hockey semifinal game with a chance at making the gold-medal game. Read more ...

NBA All-Star 2018: Three takeaways from the Saturday's challenges

NBA All-Star 2018: Three takeaways from the Saturday's challenges

Devin Booker showed off in a 3-point competition filled with some of the league's best shooters. Read more ...

Black Bean Soup

Black Bean Soup

Black bean soup definitely doesn't quite get the attention it deserves. We all hear about broccoli cheese soup, potato soup, vegetable soup, chicken noodle soup and so on but... Read more ...

'Something needs to change': Man turns in rifle to authorities

'Something needs to change': Man turns in rifle to authorities

One gun owner said enough is enough and turned in his semi-automatic rifle to the sheriff's office that responded to the mass shooting in Florida. Read more ...

'To every politician who is taking donations from the NRA, shame on you'...

'To every politician who is taking donations from the NRA, shame on you': Survivors of the Florida school shooting rage against gun lobby

Wednesday's deadly shooting at a high school in Florida sparked a nationwide uproar against lax gun-control regulations. Survivors of the Florida shooting and activists... Read more ...

NBA All-Star 2018: 3-Point Contest, Skills Challenge updates, highlights...

NBA All-Star 2018: 3-Point Contest, Skills Challenge updates, highlights, results

Follow along as Sporting News provides updates and highlights from the 2018 Skills Challenge and 3-Point Contest. Read more ...

The Florida school shooter talked about killing Mexicans, gays, and black...

The Florida school shooter talked about killing Mexicans, gays, and black people in private group chat

Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old who confessed to killing 17 people at a Florida high school this week, was part of a private group chat in which he and five other people... Read more ...

Mueller's latest move just dealt the White House a massive 'black eye'

Mueller's latest move just dealt the White House a massive 'black eye'

Special counsel Robert Mueller's indictment Friday of 13 Russian nationals and three organizations paints a stark picture of Russia's election interference. The indictment... Read more ...

Nash, Kidd headline finalists for basketball Hall of Fame

Nash, Kidd headline finalists for basketball Hall of Fame

Thirteen greats are up for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, but at least two point guards are pretty much locks. Read more ...