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Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Exercise moderates anger
Tara Parker-Pope does a summary of several studies on psychological effects of exercise, which numerous studies have shown to make people (and laboratory mice) more relaxed, confident, and happy. She describes a Univ. of Georgia study showing that students with short fuses are less likely to feel anger at a provocative stimulus after exercise.