Coral Springs, FL, June 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV examines one of the deepest emotions people can experience: regret. "What might have been" is a wistful, sometimes painful, notion, a lament over missed possibilities. But we're not the only ones who feel it. Through lab experiments with rats, researchers at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis have found that our cousins in the animal kingdom know all too well of this emotion. Given a choice of various food sources, it became obvious to observers that test rats would regret a choice of less delicious food and look longingly at the source of the more tasty morsels. What does this mean to us humans? Some critics can be hard on us when we express regret and decry it as a useless emotion. Perhaps we shouldn't beat ourselves up about it. We're not the only ones who feel like that.
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