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They could apply, he thinks, to a range of children who have trouble managing their emotions and connecting with others because caretakers abused or ignored them at a young age.
Testosterone affects the brain, too, in ways that can influence how teens control their emotions.
The product’s light changes color in response to signals from the user’s body, helping them gain control of their emotions.
These findings suggest that facial expressions have evolved to convey a richer variety of emotions than scientists have often assumed, Cowen says.
We’ve developed the ability to hide and disguise our emotions, and this can be a useful skill at work, in relationships, and in scenarios that require negotiation or putting on a game face.
The ventral, or frontal, side has neurons that are more attuned to emotions.
B2B brands that want to generate leads should go to social media not to sell, but to tell stories that spark conversations and that appeal to human emotions.
Reputation becomes even more important during the times of crisis when emotions are heightened and any mistake can lead to a full-blown scandal.
As they talk, laugh and argue, close-ups of the actors’ eyes convey concentration and emotion.
If the brain runs out of time, you’re left with negative emotions still cluttering your brain.

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