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“悲催”研究:太快乐的人容易早死?英语生活调查

jo19870724 于2013-01-03发布 l 已有人浏览
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一项跟踪调查20世纪20年代的小孩的研究显示,那些在学校被老师评价为“非常开朗”的人比其他较内向的同学死得更早。

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  people who are too happy die younger than their more downbeat peers, claims new research。

 

  a study which followed children from the 1920s to old age showed that people who were rated 'highly cheerful' by teachers at school died younger than their more reserved classmates。

 

  this was because people who were too happy were more likely to suffer from mental disorders such as bipolar, making them less fearful and more likely to take risks that increase the chance of having a fatal accident。

 

  being too cheerful - especially at inappropriate times - can also rouse anger in others, increasing the risk of a person coming to harm。

 

  researchers from a variety of universities worldwide also discovered that trying too hard to be happy often ended up leaving people feeling more depressed than before, as putting an effort into improving their mood often left people feeling cheated。

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