2019年09月16日 18:47:21|来源:国际在线|编辑:39知识
A woman who woke from an eight-month coma has accused her boyfriend, who was hailed a hero staying by her bedside, of being the one who put her in the hospital.一位在昏迷八个月后奇迹般醒来的女孩对一直在其身边悉心照料的男友提出指控,并声称是自己男友一手造成自己住院的While she was unconscious, Lin Yingying, , was unaware that her boyfriend, Liu Fenghe, 5, had been praised in the Chinese media his devotion.这名女孩名叫林莺莺,年龄为岁在她昏迷的这段时间里,她并不知道自己的男朋友刘凤和因为不离不弃照顾自己而被中国媒体广为颂扬He promised to stay by her bedside ever and borrowed about 1,000 pounds to help pay her medical bills. The story had captured the public imagination in the city of Dalian in north-east China Liaoning Province, where the couple lived.刘凤和曾承诺要永远守护在她身边,还借了0英镑的外债为林莺莺付医疗费用这个故事在中国东北的辽宁省大连市,也就是这对情侣所居住的城市,让许多群众为之痴迷However, after being taken home by her parents and regaining consciousness, Ms Yingying said her boyfriend beat her into a vegetative state because she burnt some b at their small bakery business. And his subsequent bedside vigil was done out of guilt, not love.然而,在林莺莺完全恢复意识并跟随父母回家之后,她却道出一个惊人的内幕:正是自己的男友刘凤和将自己打成植物人,原因是她烤坏了自家面包店里的一些面包之后他在自己的床边守护照顾自己完全是出于愧疚,而并不是源于爱情Her father told police and local media that he blames Mr Fenghe putting her in a coma. She was taken home by her mother and father in February last year and regained consciousness in May.随后,林莺莺的父亲便将此事上报给警方和当地媒体,要求刘凤和给出一个交代林莺莺是在去年月份被父母带回家的,在今年3月份才重新恢复意识But she has only started to tell her side of the story, saying she was abused by her boyfriend on a regular basis and that he ced her to hide the truth, threatening to kill her.然而,林莺莺也仅仅是从个人角度来讲述这个故事她表示多次遭男友虐待,刘凤和曾强迫她隐瞒事实,还曾威胁要杀了她 01

5.Crying5.哭泣Crying seems like an ordinary enough experience and something we dont really think of as strange. Yet if we really stop to contemplate what happening—salt water dripping out of our eyes during emotional moments—it seems a little bizarre. What do tears, eyes, and emotions have to do with each other?哭泣似乎是一件相当普通的事,我们真的不觉得这会是奇怪的行为不过让我们停下来仔细想想——情绪激动的时候就会流泪,这似乎就有点儿奇怪了那么,眼泪、眼睛以及情绪之间究竟有着怎样的联系呢?One of the prevailing theories to explain human crying is put th by Dutch psychologist Ad Vingerhoets. He argues that crying is largely a social sign that has its evolutionary roots in distress signals. Most young animals emit some type of distress sound to alert others that they need help. It thought that crying started as a way humans to signify their distress (through tears) without making a predator-alerting scream or other noise. Although human babies usually have audible cries, adults often shed tears with little noise. Evolutionarily, this could have been an advantageous response, since another member of the tribe would only need to glance at the crier to see he was in trouble. Interestingly, humans are the only species to emit emotional tears. Most other animals stop making distress calls after reaching adulthood.Further evidence that crying may have originated as a response to danger or trouble is that it also works in conjunction with our sympathetic nervous system (or the fight or flight system). example, in addition to shedding tears, crying speeds up the heart rate, increases sweating, and slows breathing. Emotional tears even contain a natural painkiller, leucine enkephalin, which could partially explain why we sometimes feel better after a good cry.So, although we can nowadays cry when alone or during harmless, sappy movies, the act may have started as a method of protection.目前较为普遍的理论是荷兰心理学家艾德·威格尔兹提出的关于哭泣的解释他认为哭泣是从求救信号进化而成的社交信号大多数幼小的动物都会在需要帮助的时候发出某种求救的声音而对于人类来说,哭泣最开始只是一种表达痛苦的方式,只是流泪,而非尖叫或发出其他巨大声响虽然人类在婴儿时期都是大声啼哭,但成年后反而只是低声抽泣了从进化论的角度来看,这样的反应其实更具优势(因为艾德·威格尔兹认为,大多数动物成长后,将不再需要释放悲痛的信号,这可能是因为怕引来更大的危险而比起发出巨大声响来说,哭泣反而没有那么危险)对于亲近的人来说,一滴眼泪足以让他们知道你处于痛苦中有趣的是,只有人类会因情绪上的原因流泪,也只有人类成年后还会流泪,其他大多数动物成年后就不再发出呼救信号了进一步的据表明哭泣可能是源于对危险和困难的反应,并且它还与我们的交感神经系统相关比方说除了流泪之外,哭泣还会使心率加速、出汗增加以及呼吸减缓情绪激动时的流泪甚至可以说是亮氨酸脑啡肽——一味天然的止痛药,这就是为什么有时候我们在哭过后反而感觉更好这样看来,虽然我们是因为孤独或是看了悲情的电影感到难过而哭泣,但这同样也是一种自我保护的方式.Twitch When Falling Asleep.熟睡的时候抽搐As much as 70 percent of people twitch or have an involuntary jerk, or hypnagogic jerk, when falling asleep. Other than amusing awake onlookers, it seems there must be an explanation a behavior that apparently so common. Untunately, scientists arent entirely sure why we have the spasms, but of course, there are some educated hypotheses.高达70%的人入睡时都会不由自主的抽搐或者痉挛除了清醒的旁观者外,似乎一定有一个原因来解释为何这一症状出现得如此频繁不幸的是,现在科学家们尚不能完全确定我们肌肉痉挛的原因但当然,他们也有一些科学的猜测Some scientists believe it nothing more than an accidental reaction that happens when our nerves misfire while transitioning from alertness to sleep. This is because our bodies dont have a definitive onoff switch, where ;on; is awake and ;off; is asleep. Instead we gradually transition between the state where our reticular activating system (which governs basic physiological processes) is in full ce and when the ventrolateral system (which drives sleepiness and influences sleep cycles) is in charge. We can be in the middle of the two states, such as when feeling sleepy, and there can be a bit of a struggle as we firmly position ourselves into one state or another. This back-and-th struggle is thought to cause the misfiring, and the twitches are the last fights of wakefulness.In contrast, others believe it an evolutionary response left over from our tree-dwelling days, and the jerks are a primate reflex that keeps us from getting too relaxed and falling from branches. Other types of spasms while sleeping arent quite the same as a hypnagogic jerk. Dreaming of falling, instance, and then jerking oneself awake is more of an example of dream incorporation where the brain intermixes real life and the dream state.一些科学家认为痉挛只不过是我们的身体在由清醒到熟睡的过渡中,神经元失败地传达睡觉信息时做出的偶然反应这是因为我们的身体并没有一个明确的开关来控制我们是否清醒还是熟睡相反,在逐渐完成在网状激活系统(控制基本生理过程)充分发挥作用时和腹外侧的系统(驱动嗜睡和影响睡眠周期)全权负责时的过渡,并且从一种状态转换到另一种状态的过程中,我们的思维一定是挣扎的而这种反复的挣扎恰好被认为是神经元失败传达信息的原因,抽搐也被当做是觉醒前最后的挣扎相反,另一些科学家认为抽搐是我们从灵长动物时期遗留下的进化反应,并觉得痉挛是灵长动物的反射,这可以避免让它们因为太放松而从树上跌落我们熟睡时的肌肉痉挛与入睡抽动并不是完全一样比如,梦见自己往下跌落时,因抽搐而从梦中醒来则是我们的大脑混淆了梦与现实最好例子3.Gossiping3.八卦Women usually get pegged as the biggest gossips out of the two sexes, but men are guilty of this social offense as well. At least one study says men gossip 3 percent more than women per day. No matter which sex has the biggest blabbermouths, hurtful gossip can come back to bite us, yet it seems we cant help ourselves when it comes to dishing a little dirt.女性通常是被认为两性之间最爱八卦的人,但男性同样需要对这种社会冒犯承担责任至少有一项调查的结果显示,男性每天比女性多八卦3%不管哪种性别的人最擅长于嚼舌根,但这些伤人的八卦总能使人伤心而且,这些八卦对我们自己来说也没有任何益处The reason this is that most of us have an inherent desire to bond with those immediately around us—an urge that can overpower any moral obligations we might feel to mind our own business. We want to m social connections to people in our vicinity, and gossiping not only gives us something to talk about, it immediately creates a sense of trust, since the act of gossiping signals that were letting the other person in our confidence. In turn, the other person shares secrets, and a rapport is established. As we all know, it also gives us a feeling of superiority, is good a laugh, and spices up boring situations. Curiously, gossiping about people successes (if there is such a thing) doesnt have the same effect. Studies show that connecting over shared dislikes creates stronger bonds than discussing shared positives.Although gossiping means were throwing someone else under the bus the sake of an immediate relationship or gratification, it might not be an entirely bad thing. Anthropologist Robin Dunbar says that gossip partly drove the evolutionary development of our brains. He argues that language first developed out of our desire to share gossip, and it enables us to talk about those who arent present while indirectly teaching others how to properly relate to the group.About 60 percent of conversations between adults are about someone who not present. Thus, there no need to be paranoid that your friends are talking about you when youre not around, as it almost certainly a fact.八卦源于我们大多数人都有与周围的人建立联系的内在渴望——一种迫使我们去在意有关的自身道德义务的冲动我们都希望与身边人建立起良好的社会关系,闲聊不仅能给我们的谈话带来一定的谈资,它还能立即创造一种信任感八卦一旦开始,这就意味着我们之间存在相互的信任奇怪的是,八卦别人的成功(如果那个人的确成功的话)却没有同样的影响研究表明,共同讨论不喜欢的事物比讨论喜欢的事物更容易增进人与人之间的关系虽然八卦意味着为了促进关系和暂时的快乐而对某个人落井下石,但它也不完全是一件坏事人类学家罗宾·邓巴表示,八卦对我们大脑的进化发展起到了一定的促进作用他提出语言最开始的发展源于人类分享八卦的渴望,这种渴望使我们去八卦那些不在场的人大约60%的成年人之间的对话是关于某人不在场的八卦,没有必要偏执的认为你的朋友趁你不在的时候疯狂的八卦你,这几乎是一个肯定的事实了.Liking Sad Movies.喜欢悲情电影Enough grief, mistune, and other nonsense happens to us on a daily basis that it seems ridiculous that we would want to spend our entertainment hours subjecting ourselves to more sadness. Despite this, we still regularly find ourselves sitting down to watch a guaranteed tearjerker. While it may seem counterintuitive, one reason this is that watching tragedies actually makes us feel happier in the short term and theree boosts our enjoyment of the movie. Researchers at Ohio State University found that watching sad movies causes people to think about their own close relationships, which makes them feel appreciative and satisfied with their lives. Seeing tragedies on the screen causes folks to examine their own lives and count their blessings. However, the researchers point out that this reaction is not the same as those who watch a tragic movie and think something along the lines of, ;Sheesh, at least I dont have it as bad as that guy.; Those viewers have selfish thinking, are more focused on themselves instead of others, and dont experience any boost in happiness after watching the film.在日常生活中,悲伤、失意或一些无厘头的烦心事时有发生,如果在闲暇之余还要寻求更多伤感就显得有些可笑了但人们还是会经常坐下来去看一些保催人泪下的影视作品虽然这看起来有点违反直觉,但看悲情电影会使人得到暂时的放松从而更多的去关注电影的剧情俄亥俄州立大学的研究人员发现,看悲情电影会引人深省,感恩生活,知足常乐银屏里上演的悲剧让人们评估自己的生活状况,细数人生际遇然而,研究人员又指出,这种反应并不适用于那些思想狭隘的观众,这些人在看到悲惨剧情时总想着:;切,反正我又不会那么倒霉;他们总以自我为中心,只关注自己不关心他人,所以看电影对他们来说也不会起到任何怡情作用Also, according to Dr. Paul Zak, seeing movies or hearing stories about others causes us to feel empathy and prompts our brains to release oxytocin, which increases our feelings of caring. Zak even refers to oxytocin as the ;moral molecule; because of how it makes us more trustworthy, generous, and compassionate. Right after a sad movie and the ensuing rush of oxytocin, we feel more connected to the people around us and overall more satisfied—even if we are shedding some tears. This feeling keeps us coming back even more depressing flicks.同时,保罗·塞克士研究发现,看电影或是听他人的故事会对人起到移情作用,并会促使人体释放催产素他还提出催产素作为;道德分子;,可以提升人的信任感、慷慨度以及同情心看完悲情电影释放荷尔蒙之后,人们会感觉与身边人的关系更近了,自身整体上更满足了——即使流了一些眼泪这种感觉也会促使人们看更多的悲情电影1.Thinking Silence Is Awkward1.把沉默当做尴尬Regardless of whether there is anything of value to say, many of us feel a burning desire to fill every silent moment with some type of conversation. What so bad about just sitting quietly with someone, and why does prolonged silence make us feel so awkward?大多数人都会急切地用各种话题来填补每一个沉默瞬间,不管这个话题有没有谈论的价值和某人安静的坐在一起一言不发到底有什么不好呢?为什么长时间保持沉默会让人感到尴尬呢?Like many of our behaviors, it all comes down to our primal desire to belong and fit in with the group. According to psychologist Namkje Koudenburg, when the dance of conversation doesnt follow the traditional ebb and flow, we start to worry that something might not be right. We may wonder if were uninteresting or not relevant, which makes us worry about our position in the group. On the other hand, when the dialogue is bouncing back and th as expected, we feel socially validated.That said, not all cultures experience awkward silence in the same ways as Americans and others. example, in Japan, a long pause can be a sign of respect, especially when considering a serious question. Cross-culture businesspeople are even trained on this etiquette, so they dont assume a silent Japanese colleague is unsatisfied with the negotiation or whatever else the conversation is about.The Finnish, Australian Aboriginals, and those in many Asian countries are also known long, silent pauses in their talk and dont see them as a sign that the conversation has broken down. Rather, it not uncommon people from these countries to think Americans talk too much and dominate conversations. Incidentally, those of us where nonstop talking is the norm, researchers say it only takes four seconds of silence things to get awkward.与我们的很多行为一样,这都是出于人类群体意识的本能反应据心理学家Namkje Koudenburg研究发现,当交流模式和一般你来我往的情况不同时,我们就开始担心是不是交流过程中出现了什么问题我们会思考是不是别人对自己所说的话不感兴趣,抑或是自己人微言轻不足以被重视与之相反,如果交谈顺利,我们就会找到自身的存在感即便如此,并不是所有文化都和美国文化中的沉默即尴尬一样在日本,交流过程中出现长时间的停顿会被看成是一种尊重,尤其是在思考某些严肃问题的情况下跨文化交际的商人甚至会专门学习这种礼仪所以在他们看来,日本同事的沉默并不意味着对协议不满意,这也不会对交流产生任何影响芬兰人、澳大利亚土著居民,以及许多亚洲人,他们在交流过程中经常会出现长时间沉默的情况,但那并不意味着话题的结束这些国家的人也普遍认为美国人在交流过程中非常活跃且一直占据着话语的主动权顺带一提的是,专家指出对于不喜欢交流过程中出现沉默的人来说,四秒的停顿就足以让谈话变得尴尬了审校:喵喵 编辑:listen 来源:前十网 96

A: Im looking some fresh produce that on sale.我们在找一些特价并且新鲜的食物B: Well, we just got in some mangoes.嗯,我们刚刚进了一些芒果A: Mangoes. What are they?芒果那是什么?B: Well, it a fruit with a big nut in it.嗯,就是一种中间有核的水果A: Can you eat the nut?那个核能吃吗?B: No, you peel off the skin and throw out the nut.不能,吃的时候把皮剥掉然后把核扔掉A: How much are they?怎么卖的?B: Well, the sale price is each.嗯,特价是一美元一个A: What does a mango taste like?芒果是什么味道的?B: Theyre like a citrus fruit.它们和柑橘类的水果有些像A: How do I know if it ripe?我怎么知道它是熟的呢?B: You can buy them hard. Wait a few days them to develop a soft feel.你可以先买一些摸上去很硬的然后等几天就会变软了A: Where do they come from?它们产自于哪里?B: Most of them in this store are from Mexico.这个店里面的都是出产于墨西哥 6868

A: You look a bit under the weather.B: I am not feeling all the great. I think I have that crud that is going around.A: I know that it’s going around the dorms.B: My boyfriend hasn’t been feeling so well. Maybe he passed it on to me.A: I have some cold tablets if you would like one.B: Mostly, I feel like I need some rest and hot soup.A: Drinking liquids and getting rest is a good idea with a cold.B: My grandmother thinks that honey and whiskey is a good cure a cold.A: You could always go to the pharmacy if it gets worse and you want suggestions.B: If things don’t get better in a few days, I will look some other solutions. 3

  • 飞度云指南福州治疗早泄哪个医院好
  • 福州仓山区排卵监测什么医院好
  • 咨询分类福州市治疗阳痿的医院
  • 福州市中医院输卵管接通好不好费用多少
  • 99互动南平什么医院做人授快乐中文
  • 福州市检查激素六项费用
  • 福建染色体检查哪家医院最好光明面诊三明市性激素六项检查哪家医院好
  • 导医爱问福州检查卵巢功能那家比较好
  • 福州哪里检查精子好
  • 健步媒体南平检查胎停哪个医院最好
  • 福州第二医院输卵管造影
  • 福州市检查封闭抗体大约多少钱周信息福州市中医院治疗阳痿好不好费用多少
  • 华龙网福州解扎手术去哪最好
  • 三明市输精管接通比较好的医院
  • 福州查性激素去那里知道典范福州看弱精哪间医院好
  • 周热点福州输卵管检查最好的医院
  • 服务助手福州附属第一医院男科医生爱面诊
  • 福州试管生男孩需要多少钱
  • 咨询专家福州男性结扎复通多少钱光明网
  • 宁德输卵管接通那个医院好
  • 福州检查精子常规去哪好
  • 龙岩去哪家医院做包皮手术
  • 国际在线娱乐微信