Most of us believe that we know some people so well, that by simply looking at their facial expressions, we can tell what they are going through. However, a new research suggests that it is not the facial expression of a person, but the body language that speaks volumes. The study, conducted by researchers from Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at New York University and Princeton University, claims that body language provides a better understanding of a person's positive or negative experiences, Medical Xpress reports.
Most of the time, the feeling of guilt is also accompanied with anger. In a new study, psychological scientist Emre Demiralp of the University of Michigan and his colleagues aim to discover how well clinically depressed people can discriminate between different types of negative emotions compared to healthy individuals.
Remember the movie "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"? If that movie kept you wishing you could erase a part of your memory, your wish might be just be coming true.