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If you’re happy and you know it... sweat? It may sound odd, but new research published this week in the journal Psychological Science indicates that humans produce chemical compounds called chemosignals in our perspiration that lets other smell when we’re happy.
New research looking at how goats express subtle positive emotions could lead to greater understanding of animal welfare.
Why is it that you can feel sad up to 240 times longer than you do feeling ashamed, surprised, irritated or even bored?
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Entrepreneur, Teacher and Writer Ryan Moalemi Leads This Breakthrough Training for One Day Only on Oct.
Ryan Moalemi is offering his groundbreaking emotional skills workshops for a limited time, beginning October 10, 2014 in San Diego, California. San Diego, CA
Speaker and Author Elisha Ogbonna Helps Readers Harness Their True Potential Kitchener, Ont.
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Emotions are a part of the body’s function that are extremely strong and can make a person vulnerable if not reflected on properly.
While analyzing the brain processes associated with sight, researchers from the University of Glasgow have discovered that the visual cortex processes information not just from the eyes, but from the ears as well.
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