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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – On days like this, many people just want to curl up in front of a warm fire and relax.
That feeling of relaxation might be more than mental, scientists now say. 108 more words
What is greed?
Greed is often defined as the intense and selfish desire for something, especially wealth, power, or food. Although we usually associate this unseemly characteristic to humans, it is readily apparent that animals can also be greedy. 942 more words
Guest post by Dr Helen Clegg
One way that emotions can be understood is from an evolutionary perspective. Evolutionary psychology considers whether psychological mechanisms, such as emotions, are adaptive. 620 more words
One problem in seeing life as a conglomeration of games is that sometimes we are not all playing the same game. We might think we are playing the same game and only later realize that the other involved were using completely different rules and were aiming for different goals. 992 more words