Just look at Columbus Blue Jackets head coach Gerard Gallant. Surrounded by ice. Angry
Just look at Columbus Blue Jackets head coach Gerard Gallant. Surrounded by ice. Angry

Been feeling extra grumpy in recent days? There could be a reason. A new study has shown that chillier temperatures may make people more "cold-hearted".

As autumn sets in across the Northern Hemisphere a team of researchers from Nagoya University, Japan, have published a study in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, explaining that: "Coldness biases people toward being cold-hearted, reduces empathetic concern, and facilitates utilitarian moral judgements."

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