Remember watching "Duck Tales" as a kid? How about "Mister Rogers Neighborhood?" Maybe even the evening news, when your parents wouldn't change the channel? According to a couple studies, it all had an impact on you. Some of it was bad, some of it was good. It just depends on what the boob tube was blasting.
In one study, a team of
When Kevin Garnett and Carmelo Anthony got into a bumping match — one that culminated with Anthony trying to chase down Garnett before he got onto the team bus -- it was one of the uglier incidents of this year’s NBA season, and a highlight for fans who like to see a little attitude between bitter division rivals such as Boston and New York.
Being creative isn’t easy — there are all kinds of tips and tricks you can try to help get those creative juices flowing. But, what if we told you it was as easy as leaving a few crumpled pieces of paper on your desk?
In fact, a study published in Psychological Science took a look at how people react to messy spaces around them, instead of
Bad news for all you emoticon haters out there: It's here to stay. New research now suggests that the emoticon is such an integral part of our world that our brains have altered to accept them and therefore recognize them as actual human faces. Teenagers everywhere are rejoicing. Or, rejoicing as much as teens ever do that sort of thing. Which
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