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Links between alcohol consumption, our perception of others and increased levels of aggression

Effects of acute alcohol consumption on the perception of eye gaze direction From Journal of Psychopharmacology This article explores the link between alcohol and increased aggression by assessing differences in how people look at others. The study uses a gaze … Continue reading

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Are internet daters more likely to lie about themselves?

Strategic misrepresentation in online dating: The effects of gender, self-monitoring, and personality traits   From Journal of Social and Personal Relationships  Internet dating is a growing trend, but can we trust the information that people provide about themselves via online … Continue reading

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Captured by true crime: Why women are drawn to tales of rape, murder, and serial killers

From Social Psychological and Personality Science Men are more likely to commit crimes and are responsible for 90% of all murders so why are women more drawn to true crime books than men? Researchers reveal that women fear becoming the … Continue reading

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