Researchers turn to newlywed couples to unravel questions about the chemistry of empathy and bonding

Love can make us do crazy things. It often prompts us to behave in counterintuitive ways, like, for example, placing the wellbeing of our loved ones above our own. But why? Such has perplexed and intrigued scientists for centuries. A new study out of UC Santa Barbara explores how an individual’s genetics and brain activity correlate with altruistic behaviors directed toward romantic partners.

Source: Researchers turn to newlywed couples to unravel questions about the chemistry of empathy and bonding

How To Encourage Honest Business Relationships In The Post-Truth World – Chris Myers

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I’ve written extensively about the challenges of running a business in a world where, as Rudy Giuliani once remarked, “Truth isn’t truth.” What I haven’t covered up to this point, however, is a practical guide to managing relationships in this post-truth landscape. When it comes to the topic of truth as it pertains to business relationships, we tend to focus on the art of detecting lies. An entire industry has sprung up around reading body language and spotting the “tells” that indicate someone is lying……

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/chrismyers/2018/09/11/how-to-encourage-honest-business-relationships-in-the-post-truth-world/#14975a267ca1

 

 

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