Tag: psychology

Love Playing Video Games? They May Boost Better Mental Health

Contrary to popular beliefs, a study conducted by Oxford finds that video games are actually good for our well being. Find out more.

The Human Mind Resembles the Universe: New Study

The universe is as immense as the human mind, researchers have found. Read on to find out what this means and how similar the two are.

Online Dating at the Time of Online Everything

Our dating attitudes have evolved over the years. There has been a drastic change in the way we look for partners. Here, we explore how the pandemic has changed dating.

Anosognosia: The Denial of Disease

We all have at some point in our lives lived in denial. However, all denials are not the same. For some, this refusal to admit reality turns pathological. Why?

Implicit Bias: Are You Racist?

Most of us are or at least consider ourselves moral, upright citizens until we take the Implicit Bias Test. What does the test tell us?

Bizarre Science: Phantom Limbs and Foot Fetishes

Meet Tom, a patient who lost his limb but can still feel its ghostly presence below the elbow. Let us now explore the world of phantom limbs and more!

Why Do We Fear Snakes and Spiders?

Think of large, venomous, slithering snakes underneath your chair or a big, hairy tarantula dangling over your head. Most of us feel fear. Why?

The Left vs Right Brain Myth

We have all heard that some people are more left-brained (or logical) and some others are more right-brained (or creative). How true are these statements?

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