A new study from Michigan State University suggests young women who read 50 Shades of Grey “are more likely than nonreaders to exhibit signs of eating disorders and have a verbally abusive partner.”
The researcher, who interviewed more than 650 women, age 18-24, also indicated that women who read the entire series were more likely to engage in promiscuous behavior. Read More
New research in Human Nature suggests, “the subtle sound of a ticking clock can quite literally speed up a woman’s reproductive timing.” In other words, the physical sound of each stroke makes women want to start families sooner than later. Read More
Multiple studies have found that ugly defendants are more likely to be found guilty than their good-looking ones.
According to researcher Dr. Sandie Taylor, “People who are physically attractive are assumed to be clever, successful and have more friends – it is tragic in a way.”
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According to researchers at the University of Toronto, our first judgments of people are so strong, that they often override what we are told about them. "As soon as one sees another person, an impression is formed.” It requires less than a fraction of a second to decide how you feel about them. Read More
Even if you feel one way about a friend of the opposite sex, they may not feel the same way about you. Why you should be cautious when befriending someone who is already in a relationship with someone else. Read More