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There's quite a bit of research related to this topic: Male CEOs with deeper voices make more money and manage larger companies (Mayew et al., 2013). People are more likely to say they would vote for a political candidate with a deeper voice (Klofstad et al., 2012; Tigue et al., 2011). People rate lower-pitched voices as more persuasive than ...


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There are two factors at work in what is being researched: interest and money. Researchers research what they find interesting. So if you can interest someone in your idea, then chances are that they will want to research it. But wether they will actually do that research will depend on wether it seems more interesting to them than what they are currently ...


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I think you have this question the wrong way up. They 'pine to have them' because they enjoy watching them and talking about them. In some cases there may be additional benefits to actually having the thing (such as, as you so delicately put it 'coitus'). Often, however, the attraction is predominantly aesthetic (for example pretty jewelry) or predominantly ...


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It is difficult to say that "common sense" is rigidly defined enough to be studied in the way stated above. There are interesting topics concerning common sense in Psychology, but most don't come from the angle you are suggesting. For instance, here is a really decent article discussing cognitive bias and common sense: ...


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I believe you yourself know that the easiest estimation about other human's personality is just us imagining being them. We even say "If I were you", "On your place I'd...". If you don't know the other human the best you can do is to act upon him as you'd like him to act upon you. I can't see anything more related. Maybe your question would be better if you ...


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My sister and I are both introverts, and have been talking about this before. We have agreed about the following: When being social, we feel like we are obliged\expected to do\say certain things and avoid doing\saying others. We are supposed to ... go where the others go. be nice and agree rather than say what we think do the same activity as everyone ...


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It's all about what people think are your motives for what you do, how hard people think you work for your money, and how nice people think you are. If people think you earn money just because you love money, you can easily come off as cold and less pro-social. That makes people skeptical of you. A bias makes people tend to think that whatever work they ...



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