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  • Twenty-six psychology facts you never knew about people.

    二十六項你所不知道的人類心理學真相。

  • Understanding the psychology behind the way you behave and treat others can be very useful in your daily life.

    理解人類行為與其對待他人方式背後的心理學,在日常生活中非常有用。

  • Here're the most surprising psychology facts that can help you understand yourself and others better.

    以下幾項令人吃驚的心理學真相可以幫助你更了解自己與他人。

  • Check out number twenty. It's a total surprise.

    第 20 項完全出乎意料!

  • Number one, any friendship that begins in the period between sixteen and twenty-eight years of age is more likely to be robust and long-lasting.

    首先,任何在 16 到 28 歲之間萌芽的友情比較可能成長茁壯與長久。

  • Two, women generally prefer men with deep husky voices because they seem more confident and not aggressive.

    第二點,一般來說女性比較偏好聲音低沉沙啞的男性,因為他們看起來比較有自信、沒有侵略性。

  • (HOWLING)

    (金鋼狼式嗥叫)

  • Three, the smarter the person is, the faster he thinks and the sloppier his handwriting is.

    第三點,一個人越聰明,代表他思考反應越快且字跡越潦草。

  • Four, our emotions don't affect the way we communicate.

    第四點,情緒不會影響我們溝通的方式。

  • In fact, the way we communicate has an influence on our mood.

    事實上我們溝通的方式會影響我們的心情。

  • Five, the way a person treats restaurant staff reveals a lot about their character.

    第五點,可以從一個人對待餐廳員工的態度看出他的性格。

  • Six, people who have a strong sense of guilt understand others' thoughts and feelings better.

    第六點,擁有強烈罪惡感的人較能理解其他人的想法與感受。

  • Seven, men are not funnier than women.

    第七點,男性並非比女性幽默風趣。

  • They just make more jokes, not caring whether others like their humor or not.

    他們只是開更多玩笑,且不在乎別人喜不喜歡他們的幽默感罷了。

  • Eight, Shy people talk little about themselves, but they do so in a way that makes other people feel that they know them very well.

    第八點,害羞的人很少提起自己的事,但某種程度上來說,他們讓其他人自以為很了解他們。

  • Nine, women have twice as many pain receptors in their bodies than men, but they have a much higher pain tolerance.

    第九點,女性比男性多了兩倍數量的痛覺感受器,但她們的忍痛力高出許多。

  • Ten, listening to high-frequency music makes you feel calm, relaxed and happy.

    第十點,聆聽高頻率的音樂讓你感到平靜、放鬆與快樂。

  • Eleven, if you can't stop your stream of thoughts at night, get up and write them down.

    第十一點,如果你在夜晚被思緒纏身,就起床把這些思緒寫下來吧!

  • This trick will set your mind at ease, so you can sleep.

    這個小技巧會讓你心靈放鬆好入眠。

  • Twelve, good morning and good night text messages activate the part of the brain responsible for happiness.

    第十二點,道早安、晚安的簡訊會觸發腦中管理快樂情緒的部分。

  • Thirteen, doing things that scare you will make you happier.

    第十三點,做你害怕的事會讓你更快樂。

  • Fourteen, the average amount of time a woman can keep a secret is 47 hours and 15 minutes!

    第十四點,女人可以保守秘密的平均時間為 ... 四十七小時又十五分鐘!

  • Fifteen, people who try to keep everyone happy often end up feeling the loneliest.

    第十五點,想讓每個人都開心的人往往最後感到最寂寞。

  • Sixteen, the happier we are, the less sleep we require.

    第十六點,人越開心,需要的睡眠就越少。

  • Seventeen, when you hold the hand of your beloved, you feel less pain and worry less.

    第十七點,當你牽著摯愛的手,你會覺得痛苦、擔憂都減少了。

  • Eighteen, intelligent people have fewer friends than the average person.

    第十八點,聰明的人交的朋友比一般人少。

  • The smarter the person is the more selective they are.

    因為越聰明的人越有交友上的選擇性。

  • Nineteen, marrying your best friend eliminates the risk of divorce by over 70%.

    第十九點,跟最要好的朋友結婚可以減少超過百分之七十的離婚風險。

  • This marriage is more likely to last a lifetime.

    這樣的婚姻很可能就是一輩子的婚姻。

  • Twenty, the people who give the best advice are usually the ones with the most problems.

    第二十點,最擅長給建議的人通常自身的毛病最多。

  • Twenty-one, women who have mostly male friends stay in a good mood more often.

    第二十一點,擁有大部分都是男性朋友的女性更常保持心情愉悅。

  • Twenty-two, people who speak two languages may unconsciously shift their personalities when they switch from one language to another.

    第二十二點,說兩種語言的人會下意識在切換語言時個性也跟著改變。

  • Twenty-three, being alone for a long time is as bad for your health as smoking fifteen cigarettes a day.

    第二十三點,長時間獨處對身體的負面影響跟每天抽十五根菸一樣。

  • Twenty-four, travel boosts brain health and decreases a person's risk of heart attack and depression.

    第二十四點,旅遊會提高腦部健康和減少罹患心臟病與憂鬱症的風險。

  • Twenty-five, people look more attractive when they speak about the thing they are interested in.

    第二十五,當人在談論他們有興趣的話題時會顯得更迷人。

  • And number twenty-six, when two people talk to each other and one of them turns their feet slightly away or repeatedly moves one foot in an outward direction.

    第二十六,當兩個人交談時,其中一人將腳微微轉向,或重複地將一隻腳向外移動。

  • This is a sign of disagreement.

    這是不認同的象徵。

  • Which psychology fact do you find the most intriguing?

    哪項心理學事實最吸引你?

  • Share this video with those who want to know how to get along with anyone.

    將這個影片分享給想知道如何和別人好好相處的人吧。

  • Hit the like button below and don't forget to subscribe if you're visiting our channel for the first time!

    按下下方的「我喜歡」鍵吧,如果是第一次來到此頻道,記得訂閱喔!

Twenty-six psychology facts you never knew about people.

二十六項你所不知道的人類心理學真相。

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二十六項你所不知道的人類心理學真相 (26 Psychology Facts You Never Knew about People)

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    Liang Chen 發佈於 2018 年 12 月 31 日
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