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20 May 2011

Fear of death affects how you live

How you think about death affects how you behave in life.

How you think about death affects how you behave in life. That's the conclusion of a new study published in Psychological Science. Researchers had people either think about death in the abstract or in a specific, personal way and found that people who thought specifically about their own death were more likely to demonstrate concern for society by donating blood.

Thoughts about own death triggers action

 
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