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Brains and behaviour from a disgust perspective

Disgust Has Us in Its Grip

Disgust is a powerful emotion which dictates much of what we do, both in private and in public. Understanding it can help us to understand a lot about ourselves – our seemingly irrational behaviour, as well our feelings and our emotions. Read More

We ALL have worms?

We ALL have worms?

Hehe :) I had that "what

Hehe :) I had that "what really?? you sure??" responce too.

Also I'm pretty sure at least most mamals have emotions, not just higher level primates.

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Valerie Curtis, Ph.D., is a Disgustologist and Director of the Hygiene Centre at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine


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