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Wow!!! I didn't know that :25 Interesting facts of Human Psychology

Human Psychology is most Complicated thing in the world. We only know little about it.
Human Psychology Facts
Human Psychology deals with various aspects about the way we all think, react and understand different situations. Here is a collection of many interesting Human Psychology Facts which you probably didn’t know. These facts will amaze you we are sure!

Interesting Human Psychology Facts:

1.Logizomechanophobia is the fear of computers! (ain’t that the worst fear ever ?)
2.You can’t read in a dream because reading and dreaming are functions of different sides of the brain, which don’t cooperate while dreams!
3.Good liars are good at detecting other people’s lies!
4.We are more creative in the night and least creative in the afternoon!
5.Over 90% of humans feel uncomfortable when TV volume is not divisible by 2 or 5!
6.Your mind can sense someone staring at you even when asleep!
7.Holiding objects in front of your body indicates shyness and resistance, seperating yourself from others!
8.By 2020, depression will be one of the leading cause of death and disability!
9.People are more likely to return a lost wallet if they find a baby picture inside of it!
10.People spend almost half of their waking hours daydreaming!
11.On average, women cry between 30-60 times a year, while men cry around 6 times!
12.Lack of sleep leads to sugar carving!
Most of the serial killers are born in November!
13.The colour blue has a calming effect. It causes the brain to release calming hormones!

14.We are more creative in the night and least creative in the afternoon!
15.Nearly 40% men don’t feel confident while meeting women for the first time!
17.The Truman Syndrome is a condition where an individual honestly believes that his/her life is a part of a reality show!
18.Studies show that men are put off by a group of loud women!
19.Mageirocophobia is the intense fear of having to cook!
20.People who spend a lot of time on the internet are more likely to be depressed, lonely and mentally unstable!
21.Inability to understand sarcasm can be an early warning sign of a brain disease!
22.The time we spend dreaming helps us in overcoming painful experiences!
23.Watching scary movies has lasting effects on children and teens, which may affect them well into the adulthood!
24.Studies show that people who sleep with multiple pillows are often lonely and depressed!
25.Touching a teddy beer makes people feel less lonely!
Didaskaleinophobia is the fear of going to school!
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source: Science nature


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