For years, social psychologists have noticed that young men are much likelier to engage in risky behaviors when they have an audience of potential mates
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There’s a mountain of anecdotal evidence supporting the idea that you’re more likely to be a grouch when you haven’t eaten enough. Take the proliferation of the term “hangry” (hungry + angry) or the Snickers ad campaign that sees the snack-deprived morph into famous curmudgeons like Don Rickles. Of course, science can’t rely on conventional […]
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