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Ceiling Height Can Affect How A Person Thinks, Feels And Acts

Ceiling Height Can Affect How A Person Thinks, Feels And Acts | Health and Neuroscience | Scoop.it
For years contractors, real estate agents and event planners have said that whether building, buying or planning an event, a higher or vaulted ceiling is always better. Are they right? Until now there has been no real evidence that ceiling height has any influence or advantage with consumers. But recent research suggests that the way people think and act is affected by ceiling height.
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Youth Gang Membership Affects Mental Health Later in Life

Youth Gang Membership Affects Mental Health Later in Life | Health and Neuroscience | Scoop.it
Adults who had been members of gangs in their adolescence had poorer outcomes on a variety of measures, including physical and mental health, than those who'd never been in a gang. Christie Nicholson reports
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Reading literary fiction improves empathy, study finds

Reading literary fiction improves empathy, study finds | Health and Neuroscience | Scoop.it
New research shows works by writers such as Charles Dickens and Téa Obreht sharpen our ability to understand others' emotions – more than thrillers or romance novels, writes Liz Bury
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Food Tastes Bland While Multitasking

Food Tastes Bland While Multitasking | Health and Neuroscience | Scoop.it
Paying mindful attention to one's food leads people to eat less but savor it more
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Featured news - Poetry is like music to the mind, scientists prove - University of Exeter

Featured news - Poetry is like music to the mind, scientists prove - University of Exeter | Health and Neuroscience | Scoop.it
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