Don’t laugh, but I get extremely randy whenever I have a cold. Am I the only one? Why does this happen? – Mike
It seems counter-intuitive to be lookin’ for love when your body is under attack, but you are not alone. When I searched Google for phrases such as “sick and horny” I found men and women wondering why they feel frisky when they’re fighting infection.
Continue reading “Why Do I Feel Horny When I Have a Cold?”
I’ve been considering asking my doctor for antidepressants, but I’ve heard that they are no better than placebos. What do you think? Do antidepressants work, or should I opt for the sugar pill? – BD Continue reading “Should I Take Antidepressants?”
Will chewing gum make you smarter? My friends said it won’t. Please help me decide. – Jennifer, Texas Continue reading “Will Chewing Gum Make You Smarter?”
Q: What is ironshrink’s take on relational frame theory? Is it controversial as voodoo? There are no chickens involved, are there? – Sponge Continue reading “What is Relational Frame Theory (Part One)”
This is my favorite study of 2007. Angela Duckworth and company have explored that which keeps us going in the face of long odds. Call it perseverance, determination, tenacity; they call it grit. I love that word, all full of optimism and spirit. Continue reading “True Grit”
Q: Is there such a thing as memory fluid? And can shapes affect your thoughts? Or can any other things affect your thoughts? Me and a friend are doing a science fair project and we are testing hamster memory. We will make three different mazes and put the hamster in, and see how many times it takes for it to remember the route. She suggested varying the materials, but I said I don’t think that’ll affect it, so let’s use shapes instead. But do the shapes or the materials (or both) affect your thoughts more? – Johnny Continue reading “Can Animals Recognize Shapes?”