Psychology CORE FACTS: Did you know that . . .

  1. The lyrics in your favorite song express everything that you struggle to say or express to others?
  2. Usually, the people with the best advice are the ones with the most problems?
  3. If a guy stands with his legs apart while talking to a girl, it means he likes her?
  4. People who speak two languages may unconsciously change their personality when they switch languages?
  5. The most powerful way to win an argument is by asking questions. It can make people see the flaws in their logic?
  6. The way we talk to our children become their inner voice?
  7. People see you as being about 20% more attractive than you think you are?
  8. What we wear affects how we behave?
  9. People are 50% more likely to agree to what you ask them if you speak into their right ear and lightly touch their forearm?
  10. Anger triggers the region of the brain associated with honesty, that’s when the truth comes out?

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19 thoughts on “Psychology CORE FACTS: Did you know that . . .

  1. This is fun stuff! Let’s see now Cuzz, if I have this right. When I want my Sweetie to take me out to my fav cafe for coffee I need to stand with my legs apart, dilated eyes, wearing something romantic that makes me look 20% better and ask her out to her right ear while touching her forearm. If this gets me free coffee, I’m down for it 100%. If she gets angry and tells me to go pack sand, that’s honestly how she feels and I can give up on coffee and probably other ideas too. I think I got it. 😀

  2. Regarding #5., there’s a TV detective called Detective Superintendent Christopher Foyle in the series Foyle’s War (set during WWII in England), who solves mysteries just by asking people common sense questions which seems to throw everyone especially the criminal off balance- showing that people and their fallacious or lying views can be shown to be just that through common sense.

    1. That’s so cool, Chris! Indeed, especially criminals have great answers ready for the heavy questions, they don’t expect small talk LOL. It’s great to have you back, Chris!

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