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People who have grown up in poorer families are more impulsive, take more risks and approach temptations more quickly under conditions of economic uncertainty.
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Soda consumption may have a negative impact on children’s behaviours such as aggression, attention and withdrawal.
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Narcissists use behavioural mimicry to make people like them more so that they can maintain their inflated self-view, new research suggests.
The first hand impression of a narcissist: charming, friendly and seemingly empathic. Beneath the surface: indifferent, arrogant, dominant, self-centered and manipulative.