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“People who are good at producing language are good at producing swear words.

It’s not because they don’t have language — it’s because they have a whole toolbox full of words.”



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<p>In addition, because sweari...

In addition, because swearing was accompanied by an increase in heart rate, the scientists think that cursing may trigger an individual’s “fight-or-flight” response. They suggest that swearing triggers negative emotions that serve as an alarm bell, alerting someone to danger and ...


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What Happens When You Curse

What Happens When You Curse

And the effects of cursing are physical as well as mental. A 2018 study in Psychology of Sport and Exercise found that letting out a few choice words during a workout can actually make you stronger. In the study, participants who cursed aloud while gripping a hand vise were able to sq...


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Pain Relief Pt1

Pain Relief Pt1

In 2009, researchers set out to study whether swearing alters someone’s experience of pain.

Scientists found that swearing actually increases an individual’s pain tolerance. The team tasked 67 undergraduate volunteers with plunging their hands in ice-cold water for as long...


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“There’s a point where it’s just more efficient to say, ‘F*&^ you,’ than it is to hit somebody.

We’ve evolved this very efficient way to vent our emotions and convey them to others.”



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<p>After the scientists survey...

After the scientists surveyed how often participants use profanity, they conducted a series of tests to determine how truthful an individual was.

The research team found a positive link between profanity and honesty. Cursing was associated with less deception on an interpe...


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Damn Honest

Damn Honest

Beyond swearing's impacts on the body and mind, research has shown that cursing can influence our social dynamics, too.

A 2012 study found that swearing can enhance the effectiveness and persuasiveness of an argument. In addition, cursing can also ...


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Fluent In Foulness

Fluent In Foulness

For many, the use of obscene language isn’t just a sign of boorish behavior — a common assumption is that people swear because they lack the vocabulary, education or even intelligence to express themselves in other ways.

In other words, when language f...


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The Science Behind Swearing

The Science Behind Swearing

If you’ve ever suppressed the urge to unleash a string of obscenities, maybe think again. Some research suggests that it might be a better idea to simply let the filth fly.

Scientifically speaking, a penchant for profanity doesn’t seem to be such a...


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The struggle to learn new things

The struggle to learn new things

We tend to learn only the things we were already good at. This creates little bubbles of confidence where we learn, and vast areas we avoid because we’re not sure we can get good at them.

You see this with people who claim they’re “bad at math” or don’t have the “language gene”.

Language And The Way We Think

Language And The Way We Think

Language is a literal and linguistic tool that many believe is a fundamental basis of the way we think. Some have hypothesized (like the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis) that many languages do not have room for certain thought patterns, and are able to alter our thoughts.

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