High School Science
The scientific reasons you're into your bae can be found in a study done by researchers at Stony Brook University. The study found that people are attracted to others who share their own values and beliefs. This is because we are attracted to people who we think are like us and who we think we can trust.
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I play trivia with Dustin on The Dinosaur Show on PBS. We have a lot of fun and learn a lot of interesting facts. I highly recommend it for anyone who loves trivia or dinosaurs.
Your brain says no to drugs because of the blood-brain barrier. The blood-brain barrier is a wall of cells that protects your brain from harmful substances. It is made up of special cells that tightly fit together to keep out harmful substances.
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Joy and happiness make us genuinely smile, but can forcing a smile make us genuinely happy? Say cheese! Subscribing to a magazine can make us genuinely happy. It gives us something to look forward to each month and it also supports our favorite writers and artists.
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New Channels!! What if we created America From Scratch? A Whole Hog BBQ ... If we were to start America from scratch, what would it be like? This channel explores that idea.
What is the key to happiness and life satisfaction? According to one study, which followed a group of people for more than 70 years, the key may be found in relationships.
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Steve Zaragoza, Bree Essrig and Elliott Morgan try some developmental psychology tests. Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sourcefednerd Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/sourcefednerd Follow us on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/xQDV8M Get our App: http://bit.ly/1nmTFJp Host
Getting jealous can warp your mind. Here's what to do about it: First, try to understand why you're feeling jealous. Is it because you're worried about losing something, or because you feel like you're not good enough? Once you know what's causing your jealousy, you can start to work on overcoming it. One way to do this is to focus on the positive aspects of your life and relationship. What do you have that you're grateful for?
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I had trouble sleeping for years, until I decided to fix it with science. If you're also having trouble sleeping, maybe my show can help you too. Check out the new trailer for Sleeping With Friends, premiering soon on YouTube.
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Anna is over Gross Science. Follow her for the mind-blowing story of Phineas Gage, a man who survived having an iron rod go through his brain!
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The article "The Ancient Origins of Your Musical Brain" discusses the idea that everyone is born with the ability to appreciate music. However, some people are born with a greater ability to appreciate music than others. The article provides some examples of how music affects the brain and how it can be used to improve brain function.
There are many reasons why we forget things. Sometimes it's because we didn't pay attention in the first place, other times it's because the information isn't relevant to us, and sometimes it's because the information is encoded in a way that makes it difficult for us to retrieve. However, there's a silver lining to forgetting: forgetting can also lead to innovation and creativity.
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