These words are suddenly related to a broader and even convincing vocabulary.

Those who swear often get more honest and new psychological results.

This may be because people talk honestly and swear without changing their thoughts and feelings.

Dr. David Stillwell, one of the authors of the study, said:

“The relationship between terminology and dishonesty is complex. Insults are often inappropriate, but they can be proof that someone tells you what they think. It does not filter the language more deliciously and does not filter the display. “

In the first part of the study, we list the most frequently used words, including the profanity of 276 people.

In the second part, we collected data from 75,000 people on Facebook to see how well they performed.

In both cases, the researchers found evidence that the alliance was associated with high honesty.

For example, people who swore were more likely to take better shelter on the Internet.

Dr. Stillwell continued:

“There are two ways to look. If someone swears a lot, you can think of this as a negative social work that is considered bad. So, if someone swears, it’s probably a bad person. On the other hand, since they don’t filter their language, they probably won’t talk about what happens with similar filters that can make them incorrect. This is what we found in this study, and those who use the first language they can think of are less likely to actually play the game. “

The authors of this study often refer to Donald Trump, who uses the word “hell” and promises to “knock the s*** out of ISIS”:

“Donald Trump used bad words in the last US presidential election, and Donald Trump demanded authenticity and criticized moral bankruptcy.”

Sincere perception may be one of the reasons for persuading words that lead to the right.

The study was published in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science (Feldman et al., 2017).

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