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Most Interesting Facts About Human Behavior

We have Listed Some Interesting Points on Human Behavior Must Read !!

  • Poor people tend to be more loyal.
  • People who care about others are very sad psychologically.
  • People who watch dangerous dreams are often going through a very difficult time.
  • Self-confident people are generally daring and often take risks.
  • Shy people have less chance to be cheated because they do not trust everyone.
  • Introverted people are more trustworthy compared to extroverted ones.
  • The more attracted we are to a person, the easier it is for them to make you laugh.
  • People who believe in showing off are generally fools.
  • Sarcasm make you mentally stronger.
  • People are more likely to cry at night as lack of sleep makes it harder to control.
  • If someone can't cry, he/she is weak.
  • Our brains wander for about 30 % of the day.
  • We prefer shorter lines of text but read longer ones better.
  • We can only be close to up to 150 people.
  • Around 80 % of the human conversations are gossip.
  • Smart people are more likely to think that they are not smart. Ignorant people think that they are absolutely brilliant.
  • Haters don't hate you. In fact, it is because you are the reflection of what they want to become.
  • The more we hear something, the more we think it is true - this is called illusion of truth effect.
  • We can love two people at the same time, but never at the same intensity.
  • People who like butterscotch icecream are people who have more passion.
  • You can't lie to a person who you love.
  • Laughter is the best medicine.
Human Behavior

  • People with high levels of testosterone tend to derive pleasure from the anger of others.
  • People with low self-esteem are likely to humiliate others. In one study, people who were told that the results of their IQ test were poor expressed more racial and religious prejudices, than those who reported higher results.
  • Most people sincerely believe that their negative opinions about others are true, and have no connection with them and their self-confidence. In fact, the humiliation of others helped them restore their own self-esteem.
  • The behavior of people is affected by bodily sensations and feelings. There is a strong association between “heaviness” and such features as “importance” and “seriousness”.
  • The feeling of inflexibility and hardness makes people rigid. People sitting on hard chairs were more uncompromising in the negotiations.
  • People are more inclined to commit immoral acts when no one is checking on them and they do not have to answer to anyone.
  • People tend to behave “as is expected of them” if they have to take a moral decision in front of someone.
  • Lying requires more mental effort than telling the truth. A person who is lying uses more muscles because he/she has to keep in mind the truth at the same time as the lie in order to hide the truth.
  • When people work under the illusion they’re are being watched, they perform better and also behave better.
  • Behavior and habits affect morality. People who lie more often will soon sink into deeper immorality than they were before they started lying.
  • Attractive and honest appearance can easily be misleading. People tend to trust appearance more than sincerity.
  • Appearance plays an important role during elections. Voters will unconsciously elect incompetent and untrustworthy politicians simply because they’re more physically attractive.
  • More successful and rich people are considered to be more intelligent. Often, people tend to think that people who are successful or those who suffer deserve to be rich.
  • People constantly compare themselves with others and feel satisfied if they are superior to others in some respect.
  • Anger increases the desire of covetousness in people. People who make more effort to acquire material possessions tend to be associated with angry faces.
  • When people are making a buying decision, the more complex the decision to be taken is, the more people tend to leave things as they are. If the store has too much choice for people to make and people cannot immediately find out which products are better, most likely they will leave without buying.
  • When people feel they have no control over what is happening, they tend to see non-existent patterns in unrelated imagination and believe in conspiracy theories.
  • People regret making quick decisions, even if the results are satisfying. The feeling that the time allotted was not enough matters more than the fact that the results were achieved in less time.
  • Not all risks are the same. A person can fearlessly jump from a parachute, but at the same time be afraid of his boss. A person can be good at training tigers but at the same time get scared to death when talking to a beautiful woman.
  • Boredom has a bright side. Bored people are often looking for ways to do good things as entertainment bores them and does not bring meaning to their lives.

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