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Firstly not trusting the brain in itself does more harm than good, as it gives way to paranoia and anxiety, and serves to be a very unhealthy mental disaster. Secondly, there is much more to decision making in the brain than just intuition and the analytical part of function, as factors such as personality, perception stemming from the frontal , and ...


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These studies investigated the abilities of participants to guess peoples' personalities from photos of their faces. Extraverts' faces were judged as more extraverted by participants. Ian S. Penton-Voak, Nicholas Pound, Anthony C. Little, and David I. Perrett(2006). Personality Judgments from Natural and Composite Facial Images: More Evidence For A “...


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Haha, yep. We don't know how depression or SSRIs work. We have hypotheses for both schizophrenia and depression - the dopamine hypothesis and the serotonin hypothesis. While I was conducting my research, I too was faced with this conundrum. And Dr. David Healy is one of the trailblazers of the side which says that it's all clever pharma marketing. As in ...


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