In a major finding supporting the existence of a "sixth sense" among couples, a new study has revealed that the nervous systems of people who are close to each other work in harmony to identify the thoughts and ambitions of each other.
Researchers at Sydney's University of Technology analyzed the brain patterns and heartbeats of more than 30 volunteers and found that the brain patterns of couples often work in sync with their partners, thereby knowing what their partner is thinking.
AdvertisementSays lead researcher Trisha Stratford, "It appears that as we connect deeply with someone by using our sixth sense [and other senses] we are using our creative imagination to read the other person."
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