Are bad things always done on purpose?

Human Brains Are Wired to Blame Rather Than Praise

Why people react more emotionally to the bad things others do. Ouch! Did you do that on purpose? Psychologists have long concluded that people tend to judge others more harshly for their negative actions—assigning fault and blame more often than praise or accolades. Now we know why. New research shows the human brain is wired to react more emotionally to the bad things people do. That’s why we tend to assign blame much faster than we give compliments. It turns out that the labels of blame and praise are processed in different parts of the brain, by different mechanisms. ….[READ]

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