メンタリスト DaiGo
メンタリスト DaiGo
メンタリスト DaiGo

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  1. author

    Jan4 時間 前

    the topic: 'Exposing "What factors make a good man" to the public' Based on psychological study/studies those are: 1. An attitude that puts importance in time with family than in high income. 2. Sincerity (over high sociability) 3. To be able to feel relaxed when you are with him (over good-looking face) The advice in this video is to choose: 1. Person with good humour ( an ability to think the stressing situation is funny, and to find something enjoyable in ordinary days. 2. Person who is good at listening (not just hearing the words, to understand what we are feeling and give appropriate responses). 3. Person who doesn't show off(too much) by spending money; he might have unhealthy habits of expenditures.

  2. author

    Jan4 時間 前

    The topic: '[Tragic] What happens if we don't earn much when we are young?' →Our brains shrink, which would lead to difficulty to earn higher income in long term.

  3. author

    412 ppp6 時間 前

    주제 : 1 년이 순식간에 끝나 버리는 이유

  4. author

    412 ppp6 時間 前

    주제 : 「좋은 남자의 레시피」를 일거 대 공개!

  5. author

    412 ppp6 時間 前

    주제 : 라파엘 (Raphael) 씨에게 금단의 연애 테크닉을 가르쳤습니다

  6. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo14 時間 前

    モテに関する心理学をもっと知りたいなら メンタリスト本気の心理学的モテトレーニング →www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1524802799

  7. author

    Jan日 前

    The topic: '[Guys need to see this] Top 7 actions girls would like if boys do' 1st: No silent moments during the conversation. The topics don't really matter for girls, as long as they can tell how they felt, and the feeling was understood by the guys. It shows that those guys can empathise with the girls' feelings, that means the relationship can last for long time. Also guys with good humour or/and guys that are good at talking in similitudes are liked by girls too, because those show that they are smart. 2nd: Asking many questions about her. Girls aren't really interested in what jobs we do, or what kind of successes we experienced. He suggests asking questions without telling about ourselves or ask questions after talking about ourselves that is less than one tweet long on twitter. 3rd: Asking when the next date is going to be casually. That means he has some confidence in himself, making him calm. Girls naturally want to make babies with guys with the best DNA, those guys are without apparent and strong cravings for girls; they don't have them, because they can build romantic relationships without much trouble. Take hints from the conversation we have with the girl, and research when she goes to the bathroom; and ask her later, saying 'By the way you said liked ~, right? I haven't really tried it before so I'd try it, if you don't mind, would you like to go there? Perhaps we can go to ~ you said are interested in there too.' 4th: Praised their(girls') appearances a lot. He previously said it's not good to do in the early stage, but it's good when we are going out for the first time; as girls were most likely conscious about their appearances, deciding how to look for the first date. 5th: To point out the similarities between them. If we wish to be with the person for long time, we should look for the things we have in common; if it was for one night stands, the opposite types are good. This can apply to normal friendships as well. He also says if we want to be close to someone, think of the common similarities between people. 6th: To pay all the fee for the girl as well. He says that this action of showing off is what guys need to do. 7th: Moving to the next cafe/restaurant smoothly with them (it needs to be reserved). Girls don't like it if things go too slow.

  8. author

    412 ppp日 前

    주제 : 【비극】젊은 나이에 벌 수가 않으면 어떻게되는지

  9. author

    412 ppp日 前

    주제 : 【남성 필견】 여성에게 인기가있는 행동 순위 TOP7

  10. author

    Hima Jin日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  11. author

    Hima Jin日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  12. author

    Hima Jin日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  13. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo日 前

    ▶︎ 集中力を最大化し、人間関係までよくなるシングルタスク入門 www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1522316285 ▶︎人生の50%以上を占める習慣的行動を操る【5つの超習慣術】→www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1565536683

  14. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo日 前

    ▶︎50万人の調査で分かったモテるLINEの送り方 →www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1552838463 ▶︎モテる人の話題選びとデートコース →www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1531757405

  15. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo日 前

    ▶︎ コンパクトに生きるためのオプティマイザー入門 www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1531066566 ▶︎0円からはじめるノーリスク副業 www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1529474108 ▶︎英国投資家直伝の【投資感覚を鍛える】方法 → www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1559711765

  16. author

    412 ppp2 日 前

    주제 : 【비극】 긍정적 인 생각이 되려고 노력하면 어떻게 될까

  17. author

    412 ppp2 日 前

    주제 : 우유보다 초콜릿 것이 "인기있는 피부 ”가되는 이유를 설명

  18. author

    Jan2 日 前

    The topic: 'Positive Dependence stops our salaries from going up' Forcing ourselves to think positive, or using positive visualisation lowers our salaries. He doesn't mean to say people who are positive from the bottom of their heart are bad. Thinking positively would solve everything; depending on positive thoughts in another words when we are not that positive normally is bad. Thinking positively and setting the goals too high could make us hit rock bottoms when we fail. Also doing excessive positive thinking can lead us to less preparation; such as setting alternative plan if plan A was a failure. In a research that followed students, those who were had positive career image had less job offers from different companies, and also less salary. Basically it increases the shock when we fail, degenerates our planning abilities, our abilities to make efforts, and carefulness; it has bad effects on our romantic area, school report and recoveries from illnesses/injuries, if we are thinking overly positive about them. More than 90% of Japanese population is made to think negatively. Only people around 5% can be positive and successful. Those people who succeed are people who can take risks(they can avert their eyes off from negative things); they just were successful by chance. Imagining the good things that are going to come after things we need to do is bad too; it demotivates us from achieving goals by making us feel as though we already achieved it(feeling the pleasure before completion and satisfied). For negative thinkers, he suggests to start things small with low risk, and improve things as it goes.

  19. author

    Jan2 日 前

    The topic: 'The reason why chocolates are more effective to create attractive skins than milk.' It's said that treating skins with certain diets is more effective than treating our skins with skin lotions. The reason why chocolates are better in this is because: 1 dairy products increase the risk of acne. This is because there are insulin-like growth factors in them, and they make the male hormone more active. 2 cacaos in chocolates are good for constipation, and is an antioxidant. In a research, women who took cocoa flavanol had their blood flow in their skin and their antioxidant ability improved. Chocolates are good when we are going out in the sun as well, its antioxidant ability helps to stop producing rusts and freckles on our skins. Eating chocolates such as milk chocolates and almond chocolates with a lot of sugar isn't advised. Eating dark chocolates with a lot of cacao ingredients and less sugar is good.

  20. author

    Jan2 日 前

    The topic: '[8 Severe Symptoms] of smartphone addiction' He doesn't mean to say smartphones themselves are bad; it has a positive side(like he is able to broadcast himself from a lot of places in the world). One clear case of smartphone addiction is FOMO, in which we become anxious for not being able to check SNSs constantly, or feeling stresses when the smartphone(s) are not near by. Basically not being able to be apart from it. Symptom 1. Withdrawal symptoms. Being away from smartphones generates anxiety or restlessness/impatience. Symptom 2. Deteriorated concentration. Being close to smartphones has bad influence on our concentration. It is related to the fact that we are programmed to pay attention to communications; smartphones are communication tools. When the smartphone notify some notifications, it destroys our concentration, it takes 25 minutes to go back to the normal level of concentration. Symptom 3. Deteriorated ability to communicate. Taking out smartphones during conversations basically interrupts the focus on the conversation, leading to cracks in relationships. Also, when we grow addicted to smartphones our abilities to feel other people's feelings degenerates. We can check if the relationship with the person last longer by asking 'Can I ask you something?' when they are using smartphones; when they stop more than 7 times out of 10, it's going to last long. Less than 6 times, it's not. Symptom 4. Obesity gets severer. This is because it gets harder to feel if our stomachs are full if we are watching tv, using smartphones when we are eating. Symptom 5. Restlessness/Impatience gets severer. Basically we start feeling like we are losing a lot of time. This is a side effect of smartphones making our brains' processing speed faster. It's okay if we use smartphones to finish jobs quicker and get done, and stop using them. When we feel as though there is not enough time, our work efficiency degenerates as a result. Symptom 6. Deteriorates our self control. Because when we are addicted, we always think about the smartphones. It makes our brain multitask. It's said to damage our working memory; it enables us to control ourselves, controlling emotions and concentration. It degenerates our abilities to endure. Symptom 7. Our anxiety, depression and phobias get severer. Symptom 8. Our stress from work being hard to disappear. This is when you use smartphones both at work and at home. He suggests people with smartphone addiction to fight it strategically.

  21. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo2 日 前

    自分を知る6つの質問と価値観リスト~ニューメキシコ大学研究から →www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1570307703

  22. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo2 日 前

    ▶︎モテるスキンケアついて詳しく知りたい方はコチラ 食べるとやばい【肌荒れ食品】と科学的な美肌の作り方→www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1561389245

  23. author

    412 ppp3 日 前

    주제 : 스마트 폰 중독 【8 개 위험 증상】

  24. author

    412 ppp3 日 前

    주제 : 【뇌를 직격】 쾌감 마저주는 말투는?

  25. author

    Jan3 日 前

    The topic: '[Direct Stimulation to the Brain] Pleasure-giving conversation method?' According to the report that's open to the public, it's something the FBI's negotiators learn at the first stage. The most important factor for communication is not the ability to talk. It is actually the ability to listen. The researchers put brain scanners on people's head and made them talk about themselves; their brains behaved similar to when they are eating delicious meals or when they received cash. The researchers asked people who were talking about themselves whether they would stop talking if the researchers give them cash, but most people said no. Things we can easily start doing are: 1 Do not disturb them while they are talking. 2. Do not immediately respond to what they say, take 2 seconds pause, and make the facial expression like you understand what the other person is saying. What FBI's are actually recommending have 4 points: 1. Do not interrupt, object or evaluate. 2. Constantly nod, briefly. 3. If the talk of the person doesn't seem like it's going well, summarise what the person is saying it compactly, asking if it is right. 4. Ask short questions to show that we're listening. Suggested book: 'No one understands you and what to do about it' by Heidi Grant Halvorson

  26. author

    Jan3 日 前

    The topic: 'How to raise sensitivities of our partners' This can be used to improve our relationships with partners. Men tend to get excited visually, women tend to get excited audibly; resulting men wishing to keep the lights on, while women wishes to turn the lights off; their turn-on switches are different. Key factor today is called oxytocin(which is often released when we hold something/someone, making us feel relaxed/peaceful and happy), a stress hormone, which is said to have effect to make the sexual desires last longer. Hugging or other physical contact methods are effective to release oxytocin, but he recommends massaging in order to improve the relationships. By massaging, oxytocin gets released in bodies of ladies, and for men, dopamine and adrenaline get released; making sensitivities of ladies rise, and also making men excited. He also suggests using massage rollers which we can use without studying about massages(use the bumpy one for men, since they like harder stimulation).

  27. author

    Hima Jin3 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  28. author

    Hima Jin3 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  29. author

    Jan3 日 前

    The topic: 'Ranking of SNS's that can change our lives if we stop using' SNSs are known to have bad effects on our concentration. There's an estimate that turning off the notifications of SNSs that could give notifications often could extend our time we can use in 12-months-a-year to time worth 13-months-a-year if we left the notifications on. Today's topic is on SNSs negative effects on our human relationships and mental health. They did a research and made the ranking of SNSs that mess up our lives. They took notes of how likely they cause people to feel anxieties; how likely they cause people to feel loneliness; qualities of sleep of people used them; body images (how happy people are with their bodies) of people who used them; quantity and quality of communication of people who used it; abilities to express themselves of people who used them; whether those people are being harassed or not; whether those people get anxious for not carrying a mobile phone or not. SNSs that came 5th isn't that bad. No.1 Instagram No.2 Snapchat No.3 Facebook Comparing ourselves with others are said to be ruining our mental health, same for the 2 SNSs above. No.4 Twitter Because many people are anonymous, some of them use it to criticise people. People who are criticising have bad mental health, but people who get involved in their criticising get damage in their mental health as well. No.5 JPreporter Said to improves abilities to express themselves; strengthens senses of identities; fortifies the relationships within community groups. The reason why Instagram and Snapchat comes above Facebook he says is because those services have filters that can make people's appearances unrealistically beautiful. Because we tend to fight with the unrealistic beauty, thinking the current appearance of ourselves aren't good enough, it twists our body images. For the countermeasure, he suggests to only check those SNSs at times of the day you previously decided. Suggested book: 'Making habits breaking habits' Jeremy Dean

  30. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo3 日 前

    ▶︎何年も直らない悪い癖を直す【8つの悪癖リバウンド対策法】→ www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1564243923

  31. author

    412 ppp4 日 前

    주제 : 연인의 감도를 높이는 방법

  32. author

    412 ppp4 日 前

    주제 :하는 것을 그만두면 인생이 바뀐다. SNS 랭킹

  33. author

    412 ppp4 日 前

    주제 : 공기를 읽으면 1.5 배나 가난이된다는 연구 🌟 정리 👀 공기를 읽을 때, 정말 자신은 그렇게하고 싶다? 라는 것을 생각 것이 매우 중요 모든 친해질 때 공기보기 이외에도 많이 있습니다. 예를 들어, 자신이 정말 열심히 벌고 성공하고 소중한 사람들과 함께 일을하는 소중한 사람을 행복하게 해주거나 그 사람을 행복하게 해 줄 수 있도록 노력하겠다 것이 중요하다. 단지 주위에 맞게도 행복해질 수 없다. ☝️ 반대로 아무래도 공기를 읽어 버리는 사람은 그것을 제대로 사용하여 돈을 버는 방법이 있습니다 예를 들어, 주위에 노력하고있는 사람 많이 벌고있는 사람이 있다면 당연하지만, 공기를 읽고 주위에 맞추려 하시겠습니까? 이것은 비즈니스에서 서로 영향을 받고 자신도 노력하려고 생각하는 이유입니다 ■ 예를 들면, 연수입이 500 만엔 대 사람으로있는 상태에서 연봉 1000 만엔으로 올리려고 했더니, 뭔가 주위에 말할지도 모르지만, 무의식적으로 노력 종료 그것이면 연봉 1000 만엔의 사람과 교제하면된다 자신보다 대단하다고 생각하는 사람 주위에 가서 우리의 작업 능력은 오른다. 또한 "이 사람은 일할 수있다"고 생각하는 사람을 상상하고 시작하는 것만으로도 업무 효율은 오른다. 공기를 읽을 수있는 사람은 부정적인 사람에 매료되기 쉽다. 그래서 사귀는 사람을 선택하는 것이 중요하다. 미움받는 것을 두려워하지 말라, 어떤 사람과 교제하는 것이 좋을까라는 것을 이해하고 그렇게 교우 관계를 버려야한다는 것이 내에서 좋습니다 🍀 당신의 시간이라고하는 것은, 당신이 좋아하는 사람을 위해 사용하는 것이 좋다. ... 그럼 어떤 인간 관계를 쌓아 올릴해야 할까? 그것에 대해 해설 동영상 😆 프로그램의 개요와 "인생을 결정하는 교제 상대의 선택 이웃의 과학" 👍 [niconico-douga에서 볼 수 있습니다.

  34. author

    412 ppp4 日 前

    주제 : 남자 친구의 외도 방지 법 [연애 심리학]

  35. author

    Jan4 日 前

    The topic: 'A study says reading between the lines(adjust ourselves to others) makes us 1.5 times poor' There's a study that says the more you read between the lines and adjust yourself to others, the more losses we receive. There's a psychological test with high credibility called Big Five. Big Five measures the following; abilities to accept new things, abilities to do things steadily, abilities to communicate with people we encounter for the first time, vulnerabilities of our mental health, and our cooperativeness(abilities to get along with people). The study says that there's a correlation between cooperativeness and bankruptcy. It basically said the more we adjust ourselves, we tend to have more arrearage of debts on our credit card, and less salary we are getting. The research used statistic data that British government gathered, online data and bank account data of 3 million people, and followed their data for 25 years. The research showed that people with high cooperativeness were 1.5 times likely to suffer a bankrupt/s. He says the reason for this is because they don't put importance on money; they sacrifice their money to adjust themselves to others, in a way. So people without countermeasures against the negative effects of high cooperativeness tend to have enormous damage on their lives; leading to more stress and more money spent with likelihood of bankruptcy 1.5 times the normal. They are too nice that they don't take money issues seriously; they don't work hard to raise their salary or say no to invitations to drink together, which they don't wish to go, or generally saying no to request from others. He advises when we read between the lines we should ask ourselves do we really want to proceed and adjust ourselves with others, is it really what we want to do. Other than adjusting ourselves, our cooperativeness can be used in other ways such as; work hard and succeed in business, and reach to the extent that we work with our important people or make our important people happy. Just reading between the lines and adjusting ourselves won't make anyone happy. We have a bias that hates to earn too much money; people who don't wish to earn much increasing, not wanting to stand out and be harassed about the financial situation. People with high cooperativeness have their own way to succeed in business. Because they like to adjust themselves with people around them, they should be around group of people who are trying hard to earn good amount of money. Just imagining someone who works efficiently in our heads can improve our work efficiency. People with high cooperativeness tend to be able to get along with anyone, but doing that ends up in getting bad influence from some people; so people with high cooperativeness should be picky about who to be around, ironically. So choose who to adjust ourselves to, in another words.

  36. author

    Hima Jin4 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  37. author

    Hima Jin4 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  38. author

    Jan4 日 前

    The topic: 'How to prevent boyfriends from cheating [Psychology of Romance]' Generally speaking, men tend to have affairs; so unless if we choose someone who's really nice, it does likely happen. For pointers: 1. know when do men tend to start having affairs. 2. to do countermeasures to prevent them. 3. date someone who's not likely to do it. It is said that testosterone controls sexual impulse and tendency to have an affair; when testosterone level rises, their tendencies to do it increases. For women, it was about menstrual cycle; but for men it is about social status. When their social rank rises, their testosterone level rises as well. In this research done in a marching band club. The higher the ranks their ranks rose higher the levels of their testosterone rose as well in the club(The levels rose by gaining respects, or for their techniques or getting managerial position etc). On the other hand, those who social ranks fell, their levels of testosterone dropped as well. So basically men's likelihood to cheat on their partners rise as their social ranks rise. He says it is good for men who are single; because it makes them want to engage in romance more. Accordingly, it can be said that men's levels of sexual desires, competitiveness and likelihood of having affairs rise as their social ranks rise, so ladies should be careful when their men's social ranks rise. The social-position-to-testosterone-level relationship not applicable to women. Though rise of testosterone levels doesn't mean the men are going to cheat, because women's testosterone levels don't change by the same reason, imbalance of levels of sexual impulse between the couple may occur. Women's levels of sexual desires don't rise unless there are close relationships between them and the men or feel the affections from men; but men tend to sacrifice their time(time that they can be together with other people) to make their social ranks(or salaries) rise. Men can make offspring for a temporary affection; women can't, they need time to raise children therefore they needed to be protected by men. Basically women need to have healthy bodies; having had sufficient sleep, having had sufficient nutrients. From these reasons, the relationships can go astray sometimes; the more the men try to earn money by raising their social ranks, the more women are likely to get interested in romantic activities; resulting in men seeking relationships in somewhere else. One solution he suggests is raising the levels of women's sexual impulses by taking maca. Taking 1500-3000 mg of maca when the stomach is empty can rise the sexual impulse level. It also can raise the levels of happiness in life . If we do not wish to go through the men cheating on us, he suggests choosing men that have strong sense of guilt. He also suggests saying things to men in ways that stimulates their guilty feelings, telling that 'I am sad.' It's also said that men with strong sense of guilt tend to succeed in their career. Because sincerity is one key factor that's said to lead to successful career, he thinks senses of guilt boosts men's sincerity. Some men find it annoying when women are crying because of them, rather than feeling guilty about it. Because sense of guilt may be associated with successes of careers, he doesn't recommend being with those men.

  39. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo4 日 前

    ▶︎カップルの感度を高めまくりたいなら 【栗とリスの感度】高める8つのテクニック www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1564330144

  40. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo4 日 前

    続きは 何年も直らない悪い癖を直す【8つの悪癖リバウンド対策法】→ www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1564243923

  41. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo4 日 前

    ▶︎続きは コミュ障でも5分で人脈をつくれる方法→www.nicovideo.jp/watch/15257049

  42. author

    Hima Jin4 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  43. author

    Hima Jin4 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  44. author

    Jan5 日 前

    The topic: 'How to see if the lady wishes to engage in romantic activities' He's telling these info to let the guys know when women are interested in doing those activities, so that women won't be asked at the wrong timings. Issues about this is.. it's hard for women to ask men to do things with them even the ladies themselves were feeling upto it; and some men are bad at asking the ladies if they wish to do it, making the ladies decide. But this isn't good for women, as they want an indirect excuse to do it(like because they were drunk, or we ended up like that for some reason, or the last train had gone already); it's risky for them if they were to decide and they decided to go for it. So it is important for men to read the women's signals, sound as if they(men) are responsible for what they are going to do, and ask them without forcing them. One signal men can read is the makeups. Testosterone rise in level in women can lead to women with more sexual impulse, and it happens in ovulation phase in their periods, and it makes their makeups thicker. Testosterone is said to rise our competitiveness(that's said to be the reason why guys are competitive with each other while girls/ladies tend to be more compassionate), and to compete and win the competition with other women, their makeups are said to get thicker(same things are said for how women wear clothes that expose their skin). The reason why he suggested this as a pointer for women wanting to 'do it' is because it is something that can easily be observed, which can stay in our memories for a while. He's not saying every woman who has thick makeup has high sexual impulse, he's saying if the woman has thicker makeup than usual, then she might be able to feel like 'doing it' more than usual. If testosterone is closely related with sexual impulses we have, if we can keep the levels of testosterone high with our partners, it might be good for our relationships; there are couples that do workouts together, maybe it's raising their levels of testosterone. Men have tendencies to show off, but their mind is pretty vulnerable, they might feel like their pride was hurt if they receive a 'No.' Women tend to want to be understood, they can't say 'Yes.' to questions like 'Is your sexual impulse high today?', so men are the ones need to observe and see. So things such as follows can happen; when the woman has thicker makeups than usual, wearing the neatest and sexiest underwear(she thinks) and feeling like doing it, men decides to sit on the fence and says 'I'll accompany you to the train station.', the woman thinks that he's not interested in her. Suggested book: 'Chemistry between us' by Larry Young

  45. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo5 日 前

    ▶︎空気を読んで損し続ける人生から抜け出すなら 人生を決める付き合う相手の選び方、隣人の科学→ www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1544805482

  46. author

    Jan5 日 前

    The topic: 'How to prevent our girlfriends from cheating [Psychology of Romance]' Fundamentally, ladies aren't interested in sexual activities as much as men. Men have a lot of moments they think about sexual things in a day(might be inaccurate but it's said to be once in every 53 seconds), while ladies think about those things 1-3 times a day (at most). There have been a lot of researches on women being more willing to get physical contact with men with symmetrical body(touching, basically). Case 1: When a woman is in ovulation phase of period and if the men have symmetrical body, they wish to get physical contacts more with the partner(25% rise). Case 2: When a woman is in ovulation phase of period and if the men have unsymmetrical body, her desire to get physical contact with the partner drops by 25%. The probability of the woman wishing to get physical contact with another man rises by 26%, on the other hand. Basically men need to be careful about their postures(because it contributes to the symmetries of their bodies), and the muscles in their bodies to prevent their girlfriends/partners from cheating when they are in ovulation phases. Because they are attracted to symmetrical men when they're in ovulation phase; he thinks that the reactions of women in ovulation phase reacts to the guys idols' lives or fan goods more than when they aren't; leading to the thought that companies measuring menstrual cycles for women in apps which also are putting ads in them could be such nasty companies, they are perhaps putting a lot of ads associated with good looking men. The reason why they naturally get attracted to men with symmetrical body is because it indicates that they have good, relatively undamaged genes, leading to their children being able to survive better. That's the reason why women like good-looking guys (e.g. idols). For guys who are not confident about their how they look, he suggests training their bodies to the extent their body parts have enough muscles that those parts become more visibly symmetrical. Even if we don't have confidence in our face appearance, it's effective. To prevent ladies from cheating, he suggests being together with the ladies in ovulation phase(Don't make them feel lonely when they're in it). Ladies' affairs tend to end up in more severe situations than men's affairs for their relationships with the partners, because it means the relationships with the partners likely come to end if they do. Men's affairs tend to occur simultaneously with the already-going relationship because they basically wish to spread their genes widely in different women's uteri, while women basically wish to choose a man with the best DNA and raise his children. It is also said that men differentiates their No.1 lady and ladies below No.1, the parts of the brains that are revitalised when they are with the No.1 and when they are with someone below No.1 are different. When a woman is a No.2, her position doesn't change even her boyfriend breaks up with the No.1 woman(or wife); some other woman is going to take the first place in time; so women should date with someone who treats her as the No.1. He advises that when the ladies are in ovulation phase, avoid criticising them or arguing with them, but treat them in the way that makes them hard to think of other men. Suggested book: 'Chemistry between us' by Larry Young

  47. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo5 日 前

    ▶︎続きは やばい恋人の見分け方〜これ以上恋愛で傷つかないための心理学→ www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1524476615

  48. author

    412 ppp5 日 前

    주제 : 여자의 에로 사인을 간파하는 방법

  49. author

    412 ppp5 日 前

    주제 : 여성이 바람을 피우고 싶어지는 타이밍 [연애 심리학]

  50. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  51. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  52. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    The topic is how to advance your friend to your boy/girlfriend. According to research,the passion between male and female occurs when emotions of both of two change rapidly. It means strong emotions from unexperienced activities that both you and your friend don’t have felt to the other in usual. We are used to be friend.This is called adaptation.When we are in adaptation,our power of observation is down.Your friend doesn’t realize your feelings. It is important to break adaptation to advance your friend to your boy/girlfriend. One of solutions is doing unexperienced and new things with him/her,he said. So,if you want to advance your friend to boy/girlfriend,you have to make your friend to raise him/her power of observation and realize that you love him/her.

  53. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    Supplementary explanation The thinking of mindfulness meditation can use easily. The idea of it is a meditation you train yourselves not to get emotionally involved anything,just observing things around you including your thinking. Do you find that you look at your emotions objectively and accept your present situation? This is!! If you do and continue mindfulness meditation,you can use this thinking of it in your daily life.And you can act properly,for example,when you watch boring movie,and so on... It is difficult for us to divide action from emotions,but it is important to take better choices and act more properly.

  54. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo6 日 前

    ▶︎続き 女子がエロくなるタイミングを見極める心理学→ www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1567264323

  55. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo6 日 前

    女子がエロくなるタイミングを見極める心理学→ www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1567264323

  56. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  57. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  58. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  59. author

    Hima Jin6 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  60. author

    412 ppp7 日 前

    주제 : 친구 → 연인이 될 방법 【연애 심리학】

  61. author

    412 ppp7 日 前

    주제 : 인생에서 일일이 【큰 손해를하는 사람】의 특징

  62. author

    412 ppp7 日 前

    주제 : 행동력 50 % 나 낮출 【송년회에서 행해 버리는 ○○】는

  63. author

    412 ppp7 日 前

    주제 : [젊은 시절의 ○○] 인생의 성공이 결정된다는 이론

  64. author

    412 ppp7 日 前

    주제 : 이상의 상대와 【만날 수있는 확률】을 계산 한 결과 ...

  65. author

    Jan7 日 前

    The topic: '[Characteristics of People Who Make Huge Losses] one after another' It is basically inability to cut losses. It's a technique used while financially investing, but you can relate it and use it in human relationships, when thinking of changing job industry, when you can't throw something away. It's hard to cut losses, because we need to accept that we made a mistake, or that we are losing in order to do it. Not giving up is important, but not when you have made a mistake and situation is going to get worse. There's a study that mindful meditation can help you when you can't cut losses well. Sunk cost biases interrupt making a choice to cut losses. It's basically something that makes you stop from abandoning what you have paid for (like not wanting to go out of the theatre because we have paid 1500 yen for it, even though we found the movie crappy in the first 15 minutes and convinced that it's going to be crappy throughout the movie. We'd end up wasting 2 hours along with the money for not deciding to going out). Mindful meditation is a meditation you train ourselves not to get emotionally involved in anything, just observing things around us, including our thoughts. In many studies it says you need to do 20 minutes of meditating for 8 weeks to get good results; but in this research it states that 15 minutes of medication helps you making decisions to cut losses (when you realised that you can't throw something away, you can then do 15 minutes of meditation and it'll help you). You can search 'mindful meditation' on the net, but he advises not to read the spiritual ones, read the articles talking about the meditation from scientific view. When we can't cut losses in human relationships, we can't end the relationship that we know it's bad, and we end up getting manipulated more, or/and get stressed more. When we can't cut losses in terms of throwing something away from our houses, we end up not getting enough rest, thinking we should tidy up the house. When we can't cut losses in terms of scheduling, we know it's not going to be fun or advantageous, we end up wasting our time. The worst case is work. When we can't cut losses in terms of working, we know it's not giving us satisfactions, our talents are not efficient at the work, we know we don't want to work there forever; we end up facing the ends our lives when we come to. Ability to give up is an ability to open doors for future. We also need abilities to accept the realities, and focus on something we can overcome, while discarding other things.

  66. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo7 日 前

    ▶︎友達から恋人になりたい相手がいるなら メンタリストの心理学的恋愛相談〜曖昧な関係から抜け出すにはなど →www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1524394044

  67. author

    Jan7 日 前

    The topic: It deteriorates our physical performance by 50% [Something we tend to do in the year-end party] The food we are talking about in this video are high-fat food (food with 50% fat or above. e.g. junk food). In a experiment they fed mice those high-fat food for 9 days; as a result their cognitive function dropped by 20% (their abilities to make it out of mazes they use for mice deteriorated), and their physical performance dropped by 50% (the time/how much they ran deteriorated). . There's a research using people as well, with results saying people get lazier with high-fat food diet, also deteriorating their concentration and ability to do things they are supposed to do.

  68. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo7 日 前

    ▶︎脈アリを見抜きたいなら チャンスを逃すな!脈アリを見抜く心理学 → www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1526812359

  69. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo7 日 前

    ▶︎諦める力を鍛えたいなら 【あきらめの科学】高すぎる理想と変えられない過去を捨て、未来を変える【ラディカルアクセプタンス】 www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1573325283

  70. author

    Jan8 日 前

    The topic: '[Doing this while we're young] possibly determines our successfulness in life' Basically if we want to succeed in life, we should make a lot of mistakes (accurately, do things that we have a chance in succeeding, while we have same likelihood of failing them) So they conducted a research on researchers who applied for subsidies and achieved them, and researchers who applied for subsidies but failed to achieve them. After watching them over for 10 years, it was observed that researchers who failed to get subsidies when they were young had 6.1 percent(which is significant) higher likelihood of making influential, compared to researchers who were successful in achieving subsidies. So basically in a long run it makes those mistakes/failures make it more likely that we become successful. If we become successful in the early life, we might think life is easy and won't try hard afterwards; but if we fail in the early life (not all but) we may think we will try harder next time. In the long run, we make mistakes sometimes, but if we made a lot of mistakes and faced failures earlier in life, we might be able to think it's better than those times. It is important to use the mistake/failure in positive way, we should improve our persistence, and ability to keep making efforts. 'The first half of the life is determined by the talents we were born with, and the last half of the life is determined by what we did when were young' We wouldn't be scared of failures anymore if the failures raises our motivations He says perhaps we should get good out of both succeeding and failing things. When you succeed, think 'My hard work has finally paid off, I'll keep doing my best.', when you fail, think that when we get over this problem, our probability of succeeding increases in 10 years time!' He says that even in unfortunate situations, lucky people tend to look at the brighter side of things they are facing, and unlucky people tend to look at the down sides. He concludes that whether things go bad or good, raising our motivations as a reaction, and have strategies to get over the problem are the important points. Raising our motivations when we fail something is hard, though. We need resilience to endure and get over. He suggests training our resilience is important to do all this. Suggested book: Resilience (HBR Emotional Intelligence Series)

  71. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo8 日 前

    食べたい欲をコントロールする食心理学 www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1458105471

  72. author

    Jan8 日 前

    The topic: 'The result of calculating the [Probability of Meeting] ideal man/woman...' 'The research investigated how many times do we have to go out (to places where we can meet men/women) or how many people do we have to meet to meet ideal men/women. London was place for the research. To get the result, the total population and population of women were calculated; also the number of women aged 24-34, who graduated from college/university and are in the top 5% of being attractive, and their whereabouts were used. The result of calculation was 0.0000034, 3-4 times in a million goes. So it's a waste of time, mathematically speaking. In a happy marriage, it's not a marriage with our ideal men/women, it tends to be a marriage with people whose attractiveness are 'above average level' or are relatively attractive in the vicinity. We tend to go out with someone with some elements of the ideal images, but not fulfilling all the elements. In addition, our ideal images change after being with partners, becoming close to the partner's characteristics. So our ideals are the triggers we start dating someone, but they change to our partners' images in the end; so seeking for the ideals are kind of unproductive. In real world, we tend to meet someone we want to go out with more than the calculated percentage above, it is because our ideals change according to the people we go out with; it's the reason why we can have romantic relationships. Triggers and perceptual illusions are the true identities of ideals. He suggests us to go out with someone who has some elements of our ideals. Suggested book: 'Mathematics of Love' by Hannah Fry

  73. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo8 日 前

    ▶︎失敗に凹まず乗り越える力が欲しいなら 逆境力の高い人の10の特徴 →www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1550455685

  74. author

    yumi s8 日 前

    字幕も楽しい♪

  75. author

    Hima Jin9 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  76. author

    Jan9 日 前

    The topic: 'A method that doubles our likelihoods of losing weight [Can lose 12 kg in a half year]' He says if we start using this method now, we'll make it to the lighter weight we possibly desire before next summer(in Japan/ some countries in the northern hemisphere). It's basically making a record of what you have eaten, daily. In a research one group of obese people made records of what they have eaten every day, another group of obese people got advises on exercising or eating diet to lose weight. In the result of this after 6 months, the ones who got advises lost 6 kg average while, the ones made records lost 12 kg average. According to this research you could use the memo app in your smartphone, or use voice recording app, tweet or email yourself writing what you ate. He personally takes photos of what he eats and review and write them down at night. The reason why this method is effective is because not many people are aware of how much of what we are eating. It basically reduces our eating without much attention to what we're doing. Also, by making the record and making them in words, our reason wakes up, improving our self-controls. You can use this method to studying as well.

  77. author

    Jan9 日 前

    The topic: 'Just doing this before working will make greater progress [Skimming]' To maintain our concentration, or to finish the work quickly, we need to control our stress or anxiety. Anxiety and restlessness works against our good performance(reasonable amount is good). In a research two groups were made to take a math test; they put pressure on both groups(by saying they need to solve a question every 3 minutes, and if they do good they'll get a gift and if they don't they won't get any gifts), basically they pressured in the way that people commonly get pressured at work. One group was allowed to skim through the questions for a minute, and another group was allowed to solve questions for a minute longer. The group did the skimming performed well, skimming reduced their anxiety and pressure, causing them to have confidence in solving questions, improving their concentration and decisiveness. He suggests that we do a review of what we are going to do before start working on it(study, work, exercise etc).

  78. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo9 日 前

    【モテる出会いの心理学】理想的な恋人と出会う戦略を解説 www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1575021662

  79. author

    412 ppp10 日 前

    주제 : 일이 너무 진척 【skimming】에 대한 설명 ★ 정리 우리가 무언가에 종사 때 (일, 테스트, 독서, 운동 ...) 내 (DaiGo 씨의 경우) 방송 내용을 결정하거나 독서하려고 생각했을 때, 우선 오늘해야 할 일의 전체 그림을 싹둑 skimming하는 것이 좋다. 쓸데없는 걱정이 줄고 눈앞이해야 할 일에 집중력을 발휘할 수있다. 사실 우리의 집중력이나 업무 능력이란 "신경이 쓰이는 것」 「스트레스와 불안」 그들을 어떻게 감소 할 수 있을까에 의해 성능이 달라진다거든요. 그래서 여러분도 자신이 일을하고있는 때라든지 뭔가를하려고했을 때 집중력은 저하 있지요? 그 때 불안이나 압력, 이러한 것에 어떻게 대처 하는가? 이러한 것을 알아두면 놀랄 정도로 일이 빨리 끝난다고 생각하므로 꼭 체크해보세요.

  80. author

    412 ppp10 日 前

    주제 : 2 배나 살 빼는 것이 가능해질 방법 【반년 만에 12kg도 슬리밍】

  81. author

    Jan10 日 前

    The topic: 'Scientifically [Best Age to Marry] has been ascertained' In a research it has been observed that if we marry when we are young, the likelihood to divorce is high, the likelihood keeps dropping until around the age of 30, and the likelihood rises again in the graph. So according to the data, around the age of 30 is the best timing (age of 28-32-ish). Some people might say it's best to marry early and make children because the children will be healthy, but they might have problems with giving the children good education or the parents might have problem with tolerance because they are still young. People who don't marry before age of 33(-ish) might not be suited for marriage, possibly; we don't have to force ourselves to think we need to marry in that case. The research made him think that we should be together with the partner because we like the person, not because we married the person. What happens after age of 32? The likelihood of ending up in divorce increases by 5 percent each year. He advises that to play with fire of love before age of 26, and from age of 26 get a little more serious about relationships. This is based on the research done in USA, so it is not certain if it's applicable to the Japanese society. He says that because we know the divorce rate rises after age of 32, we can take countermeasures against it, such as; travelling to somewhere we've never been to, if we don't have plenty of money then share friends with each other(by doing home-party etc), watch videos/movies together regularly(there's a study that proves this reduces the chances of divorcing) Suggested book: Stumbling on happiness by Daniel Gilbert (It explains things that we think that make us happy actually might not make us happy.)

  82. author

    Hima Jin10 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  83. author

    Jan10 日 前

    The topic: 'Explaining why we don't feel like being in a romance psychologically' There are three attachment types. secure type, anxious type and avoidant type. Secure type of people are able to build comfortable distance between them and others. Anxious type of people seem to think that other people won't become close and friendly with them, basically fearing that they'd be hated/disliked. They constantly worry about the relationship when they get into one. Avoidant type seems to think that they can't trust others, resulting them not wishing to build relationships with others. Attachment types generally don't change, but we sometimes behave like an avoidant type temporarily. Those behaving as an avoidant type basically want to keep their private spaces, and are feeling as though those spaces would be intruded if they have an relationship(and close friendships, too). Those who are having hard time trying to be in a relationship might be because they're being an avoidant type; if they feel they don't want to be in a close relationship, or if they are quite bad at telling what problems they're facing or their own weaknesses.

  84. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo10 日 前

    ▶︎続きは 気にしすぎを徹底的に撃退する7つの方法▶︎ www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1572193083

  85. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo10 日 前

    ▶︎続きは 自分を操る超記録術 www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1547971382

  86. author

    Jan10 日 前

    The topic: 'The technique to raise our annual salary by 17%'~ Increasing 1 million yen anually is possible It is very simple, we just need to increase the frequency of exercising. Reasons why exercising increases the salary is not clarified yet. The research team says that perhaps it is because exercising improves our persistency, and/or exercising improves our ability to get over obstacles. From these things said, he says exercising improves our concentration and mentality, which we are good factors if we want to do good in business. He suggests to do the following: Use stairs to exercise. 5-10 minutes to climb up or down the stairs (in the morning is good, he says). or Do speed-squats for 30 seconds with full speed, then rest for 3 minutes, then do the squat in full speed again(it's called SIT), once a day. or if you think you can handle more than above, Do an exercise(jump-squats or the speed-squats or whatever) that makes you feel like 2 levels away from puking(meaning do a full-force or speed) for 20 seconds, then rest for 10 seconds. Do this routine for 8 times a day for a starter.

  87. author

    412 ppp11 日 前

    주제 : 과학으로 최고의 【결혼 연령】 밝혀

  88. author

    412 ppp11 日 前

    주제 : 연애하는 기분이되지 않는 이유는 무엇입니까? 심리학으로 설명

  89. author

    412 ppp11 日 前

    주제 :밑천이 제로도 연봉을 17 % 올리는 심리 테크닉~연수입 100 만 업도 꿈이 아니다

  90. author

    Hima Jin11 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  91. author

    Hima Jin11 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  92. author

    Hima Jin11 日 前

    ニコニコのチャンネルの入会方法 outside.inside-shiina.com/entry/Introduction-of-SANNINSHOW-registration-method

  93. author

    Jan11 日 前

    The topic: Explaining the difference between topics that are desired and undesired psychologically Normally people tend to choose topics that are new and interesting for the topic to go well in conversations; but the difference between the topics that don't go well and the topics that go well is whether if the listener knows(well) about it already. It has been observed from a research that we leave good impressions on the listeners when we talk about something they know. Unless we're someone who's specialty is in explaining and describing, or really good at communicating, we'd often fail at entertaining people with something they don't know. The best topic to get excited with the listener is the topic that we heard from the listener before. First reason for this is because it's something they already know; secondly we humans feel great pleasure when we are talking about ourselves(like when we are eating delicious meals or when we are receiving money).

  94. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo11 日 前

    男女別いい出会いの条件 →www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1532701092

  95. author

    メンタリスト DaiGo11 日 前

    ▶︎ゼロからお金の増やし方を学ぶなら 【超投資力】英国投資家が徹底解説!ウォーレン・バフェットの投資手法の秘密とは? www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1574660463

  96. author

    412 ppp12 日 前

    주제 : 심리학 적 고찰 【고평 노래방 선곡】

  97. author

    Jan12 日 前

    The topic:Thinking from psychological view [The Choice of Songs to Sing in Karaoke that would be Appreciated] Basically we people hate new ideas or new ways of thinking. Therefore we tend to start hesitating to accept things that overthrows the things we experienced or are different from our experiences. We are actually made to fear things(ideas) that are new to us. So according to this principle we should choose songs that are well-known among the people that are with us, to entertain them. According to a research it was found that when we see new things we feel strong prejudices and the fear against it, and instead we tend to stick to things that effects are observed already, or things that are used to. In addition, even if the new ideas are definitely correct, interesting, or efficient, they find it hard to accept them. We tend not to have realised that we have these biases hating new things, that is the reason why it's hard for us to come up with new ideas, and vice versa, we can be people with good ideas if we overcome these biases. How we ended up being(thinking) like this, is presumably because long long time ago our ancestors who did new things(being adventurous) was a fatal risk, and we evolved to have fears to new things in the environment. Singing songs that are well accepted by the people in the Karaoke leaves good impressions. Choosing the topic to talk with other people has something in common with the choice of Karaoke songs, too.

  98. author

    Jan12 日 前

    The topic: 'Explaining why some people are cheated on in relationships' We are usually cheated on when we date someone who's flirty (which is easily observed by watching him/her or his/her friends) and another is the more we do things for him/her he/she gets more distant from us and they end up cheating. There are secure(being able to trust others and build comfortable distance in between, don't grow dependent on others, and likely had good support from the parents), anxious(not confident about themselves, do things for others too much, they're easy to heat up and easy to cool down, it's likely that they had some support from the parents, but was not all the time) and avoidant(not wanting to talk about themselves, thinking that others are not reliable, also dislike being at close distance with others, it is likely that they had no supports from the parents) attachment types in terms of how we build relationships with others. Couples that tend to end up in one of them cheating possibly are in combination of anxious type and avoidant type. The amount of things the anxious one of the couple do can be very irregular because of their moodiness, sometimes doing a lot for the partner and sometimes behaving as if he/she doesn't care much, to attract the partner's attention; but the avoidant one of the couple wants to leave him/her alone, so he/she finds those behaviours annoying, and he/she doesn't care much even if the relationship looks as if it's going to end soon(or if the partner's wrist-cutting her/himself etc). A couple of an anxious type and an avoidant type tend to end in dying away, or one of them(or both of them) cheating in high percentage. An avoidant type of person would often have sexfriend relationships, because they don't want to be in deep relationships. People who are cheated upon often are holding onto already-dead relationships. The more their feelings are hurt, the more they want to hold on, because basically the same thing in 'the harder we tried to get something harder to let go of it' is happening.(i.e. sunk cost effect) If we're an anxious type, we should improve our mentality and be able to communicate with the partner in the fair position rather than doing a lot for the partner without much return.