Impactful Storytelling Can Synchronize Heartbeats Into One Shared Rhythm

There is a biological underpinning to that collective gasp or applause.

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Our caveman ancestors definitely shared many stories and songs. Tales were probably told by a roaring fire, accompanied by song, drink, and dance. Remarkable hand paintings likely adorned the walls, while people hummed…




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Canadian Mental Health Professional | 5x Top Writer | Writing about mental health, psychology, science, etc.

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