"Dostać nauczkę" po angielsku

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W dzisiejszym wpisie dowiesz się jak powiedzieć dostać nauczkę po angielsku.
I to nie jest get lesson tylko „learn one’s lesson„. Na przykład:
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Kaczynski needs to learn his lesson
A jak jest dać komuś nauczkę? NIe ejst to give sb lesson tylko teach somebody lesson:
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Natomiast jeśli chcesz powiedzieć dostać nauczkę i nabrać rozumu to od razu powiesz be sadder but wiser
Na przykład:
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Sadder but wiser or happier and smarter?
Jednak mam nadzieje, że jeszcze przez długi czas nie użyjesz tych wyrażeń:
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Studies have shown that ambivert are more flexible than extroverts.

They better retain the aspect ratio between speaking and listening to more effectively focus on the caller. Ambiverts have both characteristics of extroverts and introverts.  They earn 24% more than introverts and up to 32% more than extroverts.

Grant, A. (2013). Rethinking the Extraverted Sales Ideal: The Ambivert Advantage. Psychological Science, 24(6), 1024–1030.

Researchers have shown that in the eyes of the observer we are more attractive in a group than alone. 

The size of the group was not important.  The effect, however, is quite weak. The attraction was increased only by 2% (also men).

Walker D. & Vul D. I. E. (2013). Hierarchical Encoding Makes Individuals in a Group Seem More Attractive, Psychological Science. doi: 10.1177/0956797613497969
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Do you prefer mountains or beaches?

A study says it reveals your personality.
Introverts choose mountains, where there are fewer people. However, extroverts choose the beach, where there are more people.

Shigehiro Oishi, , Thomas Talhelm, Minha Lee Personality and Geography: Introverts Prefer Mountains, Journal of Research in Personality, Volume 58, October 2015, Pages 55–68

Studies have shown that caffeine interferes with the memory. 

Participants began adding fake words to the list after having only 100 mg of coffee which is equal to one cup.

Caroline R. Mahoney , Tad T. Brunyé , Grace E. Giles , Tali Ditman , Harris R. Lieberman & Holly, & A. Taylor (2012). Caffeine increases false memory in nonhabitual consumers Journal of Cognitive Psychology

Participants who wore a heavy backpack experienced higher levels of guilt compared to those who wore a light backpack.

They often choose healthy snacks over not healthy and boring tasks over fun ones. Participants also cheated less!

Kouchaki M, Gino F, & Jami A (2013). „The Burden of Guilt: Heavy Backpacks, Light Snacks, and Enhanced Morality.” Journal of experimental psychology. 2014 Feb;143(1):414-24.