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A study done at Keele University in the U.K. measured the effects swearing had on pain tolerance. They found that we can withstand more pain when using profanity.
Swearing triggers the fi...
One study found that participants who swore saw a 2 to 4 percent increase in performance and an 8 percent boost in strength compared to those who kept their mouths shut.
Cursing diverts your ...
When we complain or vent without cursing, we are keeping ourselves in check and don't totally release all feelings.
Cursing can be an effective emotional release. Our whole body and all emoti...
In one study, researchers found that the more curse words a participant was able to generate, the more expansive a vocabulary they had.
Swearing is such a raw form of expression.
A recent study found that profanity is correlated with genuine feelings and emotions in social interactions. It indicated that those who curse...
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An experiment repeated many times has consistently shown that swearing makes you able to withstand discomfort better.
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It can be a seriously bad idea to let loose and throw a punch at someone who's made us angry.
We use swear words, to let profanity stand in for aggressive action.
Swearing engages both sides of your brain.
This may be why people who have trouble speaking, such as stroke victims or stutterers, are often able to speak more easily when they curse.
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There’s great research coming out that says that jocular abuse, particularly swearing among friends, is a strong signal of the degree of trust that those friends share.
You’re demonstrating that you have a sophisticated theory of mind about the person that you’re talking to and that you understand their mental model.
Attitudinal surveys show that both men and women tend to judge women’s swearing much more harshly.
For example, when women with breast cancer or arthritis swear as a result of their condition, they’re much more likely to lose friends, particularly female friends. Whereas men who swear about conditions like testicular cancer tend to bond more closely with other men using the same vocabulary.
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