Question for you guys — when you played video games as young men, did you ever get so frustrated that you threw the controller across the room and suffered through a screaming, clawing tantrum? Well, it may not be entirely your fault.
Adding to the growing evidence suggesting violent video games may make people more aggressive, a new study shows young men who play them had decreased activity in the brain areas associated with inhibition, attention and decision-making. FYI, less inhibition can mean more aggression.
Turns out that old adage that says men think about sex every seven seconds isn’t entirely true. In fact, it’s way less — and while men do have lusty thoughts more often than women, the overall difference between them isn’t as dramatic as you may think.
Well here’s a whopping non-surprise: a new study reveals women aren’t always very nice to one other, primarily when other women are attractive.
Women recruited for a phony study by University of Ottowa professor Tracy Vaillancourt were interrupted by another woman walking into the room during the session — and that’s when the real research began.
If a new issue of Us Weekly is to be believed, the green-eyed monster has apparently consumed the lovely Scarlett Johansson.
Seems Johansson’s ex-husband, the even lovelier Ryan Reynolds, has been keeping company with ‘Gossip Girl’ actress (and recent Leonardo DiCaprio castoff) Blake Lively — and Scarlett is none too pleased about it.
The latest numbers show about eight percent of American kids drop out of high school before graduating. Want to keep your kids from becoming a statistic? Then pay attention to how they do in the sixth grade.
If you’re someone who wants your kids to know more about food — something we should all know more about — you’ll probably find a new app in development pretty interesting.
Taggie, the brainchild of recent Dutch design school graduate Niels van Hoof, uses your smartphone camera to scan a barcode of food items. It then launches a 3D augmented reality animation to give children a short, fun lesson about the food’s origin, growth process, and different varieties.
There’s a reason Disney World is called “magical” — aside from the normal assortment of characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck that are brought to life in the park every day, the trash cans also talk. The remote-controlled receptacles follow people around while a hidden witty person is in control of what they do and say.
And in the video below, you’ll see one particular trash can using its own special brand of peer pressure to prompt a guy to ask his longtime girlfriend to marry him.
Baby name site Nameberry.com released its predictions for 2012, and if you thought the noun trend — like naming kids after apples and other objets — was weird, just wait until you get a load of the hot new adjective fad.
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