Flashback Friday: Scientifically induced anger is remarkably like visiting the DMV.

Let’s face it–anger is a very real part of everyday life these days. And evidence is piling up that it has very real effects on our health. But how is that evidence gathered? How do researchers collect well-controlled data on how anger changes our physiology? Well, one way is by experimentally inducing anger. And to do that, it sounds like these researchers may have just taken a tip from one of those companies well known for their lack of customer service: “In the harassment condition, EXP2

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