Mental Health

Why talking about yourself in the third person could help control your emotions

A Scientific Reports study indicates that third-person self-talk may constitute a relatively effortless form of self-control. Image: REUTERS/Jason Cairnduff

Andy Henion

Postdoctoral Researcher, Michigan State University

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