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People who feel drained after work might blame it on overflowing inboxes and endless to-do lists, but there could be a more insidious factor at play
Work stress has a lot to do with "surface acting," or hiding your real feelings in an effort to please coworkers and clients.
Some people can feel it on their own bodies when others are touched, hit, or stroked — and researchers are trying to figure out why
When some people see another person being touched, they feel it on their own bodies. This is called mirror-touch synaesthesia, and researchers are looking into why some people's brains behave this way, which is helping them answer some questions about the different ways people perceive the world.
They are the 'shame paradigms.'
You can guess how someone’s feeling just by looking at the colour of their face, according to new research
'Blue in the face' with anger could be true.
Empathy is all around us. Here's how it fits into our everyday lives.