Does this green card make me look fat?
The Vancouver Sun: Moving to the U.S. could be bad for your waistline, according to a forthcoming study linking fatty foods with the desire to belong. Within 15 years of moving to the States, research
Who knows you best? Not you, say psychologists
Know thyself. That was Socrates’ advice, and it squares with conventional wisdom. “It’s a natural tendency to think we know ourselves better than others do,” says Washington University in St. Louis assistant professor Simine Vazire.
Uomo: fare il macho è un mestiere difficile
TGCOM: Anche i machi hanno la vira dura. Anzi durissima: guadagnarsi la fama di “tipo tosto” è un cammino lungo e complicato, mentre è facilissimo, purtroppo, perdere il titolo dopo averlo conquistato. Tant’è vero che
‘Fatting in’: Immigrant groups eat high-calorie American meals to fit in
Immigrants to the United States and their U.S.-born children gain more than a new life and new citizenship. They gain weight. The wide availability of cheap, convenient, fatty American foods and large meal portions have
Confirmed: Two heads aren’t always better than one
CBS News: Two heads aren’t always better than one, at least when it comes to memory. People who memorize facts in groups remember less than solo students do, according to a newly published overview of
Do Joint Study Sessions Do More Harm Than Good?
Fox News: Two heads aren’t always better than one, at least when it comes to memory. People who memorize facts in groups remember less than solo students do, according to a newly published overview of