Mental HealthÂ â€“ Suicidal thinking or behaviour is the most common reason for people to be admitted into a mental institution (Jacobson, 1999).
Warm WeatherÂ â€“ Women who live inÂ warmer climatesÂ have more body image concerns than those who live in colder climates (Sloan, 2002).
AnxietyÂ â€“ People with generally high levels of anxiety are more likely to remember pictures of threatening faces than calmer people (bradley et al, 1998).
SoceraphobiaÂ â€“ Fear of parents in law
PogonophobiaÂ â€“ Fear of beards
LatrophobiaÂ â€“ Fear of doctors or going to the doctors
GeliophobiaÂ â€“ Fear of laughter
CatoptrophobiaÂ â€“ Fear of mirrors
AllodoxophobiaÂ â€“ Fear of opinions
HabitsÂ â€“ On average it takes 66 days to form a habit.
More Lies!Â â€“ The average person tells 4 lies a day, 1460 a year and a total of 87,600 by the time theyâ€™re 60.
Eye ContactÂ â€“ If someone makes eye contact with you for 60% of a conversation theyâ€™re bored, 80% and theyâ€™re attracted to you and 100% of the time then they are threatening you.
AttractionÂ â€“ The pupil of your eye expands up to 45% when you look at someone you love.
SwearingÂ â€“ When youâ€™re hurt cursing helps to reduce pain.
ClothesÂ â€“ What we wear affects how we behave.
Smile!Â â€“ Smiling can make you feel happier.
Smart CatsÂ â€“ Cats have almost twice as many neurons in their brain as dogs.
Self Fulfilling ProphecyÂ â€“ The Stamford prison experiment had to be stopped after 6 days instead of 14 because the participants (and experimenter) started to become cruel.
IntelligenceÂ â€“ Studies have shown that eating food without preservatives can improve I.Q by up to 14%
StressÂ â€“ Excessive stress can alter brain cells, structure and function.
Colour ProductivityÂ â€“ People are often more productive in blue rooms
Baby EmpathyÂ â€“ People are more likely to return a lost wallet if there is a baby picture found inside of it.
EmotionsÂ â€“ The only innate emotions are joy, acceptance, fear, surprise, sadness, disgust, anger, and anticipation. Other more complicated emotions like love and guilt are believed to be combinations of these. (Plutchik, 1980)
MonotonyÂ â€“ Repetition physically changes your brain as new connections are made between brain cells.
Girl TalkÂ â€“ â€˜Girl talkâ€™ helps women to form closer bonds but also increases depression and anxiety.
YawningÂ â€“ A study at John Hopkins University found that the myth that you yawn for your brain to get more oxygen is untrue. It is in fact to cool your brain down.
MoneyÂ â€“ People earn on average $200 to $600 more per IQ point but the lower the IQ the more sensibly people spend their money (Jay Zagorsky, 2007).
First TimeÂ â€“ People who lose their virginity late (older then 19) have a higher income, higher education and a more healthy relationship later in life than those who lost their virginity earlier (Harden, 2012).
SeafoodÂ â€“ In the March 2003 edition of Discover magazine, a report describes how people in a 7-year study who ate seafood at least one time every week had a 30% lower occurrence of dementia.