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# mood

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# it's business time
14 things successful people do in the last 10 minutes of the workday
Top tips from those in the know.
# mood
This Google Glass app uses facial expressions to tell how you're feeling
SHORE analyses facial expressions in real-time to determine the mood a person is in, as well as their gender and age.
# facebook blues
Dislike: The more time you spend on Facebook, the worse you will feel
A new study shows that going on Facebook can only have a negative impact on your mood, regardless of what you look at.
# up and down
In a bad mood? Chances are your social networks are to blame
New research has found that your mood can be affected by positive or negative status updates on Facebook and other social sites.
# queen bey
Need guidance from Beyonce? This website will show you the way
Whether you’re happy, sad or feelin’ fierce, Beyonce has a song for you.
# Budget 2014
Money getting you down? A psychologist is giving free advice on how to handle stress
Psychologist Shane Martin is holding a free talk entitled “How to Cope with the Stress of Debt” this week.
# hot temper-ature
Scientists: This hot weather might make you violent
Researchers warned that the link between hot temperatures and rising tempers could have worrying implications as the Earth’s climate warms.
# Your Say
Poll: Does the weather impact on your mood?
This time last week we were all outside enjoying the sun, but this week is a whole different story. Does the sunshine make you a happier person?
# fill up my senses
Headphones read your brainwaves and pick music to suit your mood
Prototype shown at tech conference determine your mood – and play songs to match.
# rise and tweet
Study shows how Twitter tracks our mood rhythms
A new study shows how mood cycles are reflected on Twitter, with – surprise! – most people feeling happy on weekends after a sleep-in.