「英國人因為天氣不好,所以見到的陽光少,所以相對比較憂鬱。"這是真的嗎? | 知乎問答精選

 

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「英國人因為天氣不好,所以見到的陽光少,所以相對比較憂鬱。"這是真的嗎?

2018年03月25日 知乎問答精選 暫無評論 閱讀 11 ℃ 次

一個相關的問題是一個人每天平均需要見多長時間的陽光?強度多大的陽光?從這個角度看生活在什麼地方更好?

【桂武磊的回答(5票)】:

霧都重慶人民表示...仙人板板,瞎子拉琴---瞎扯

【Iris Cao的回答(3票)】:

純屬扯淡 那是多少年前的事了。現在人家那兒空氣質量好著呢。有太陽的時候晴空萬里,陰天的時候也呼吸順暢。相對高緯度的北部人民甚至被南部人民更好客友好。因此,一、天氣並非不好,二、見到的陽光也不少,三、他們並不憂鬱,四、天氣、陽光少與憂鬱之間並非直接因果關係,也只是導致的因素之一吧,並且影響的結果因人而異。

天朝人民才是尼瑪生活在污染環境Pm2.5肆虐的愁雲慘淡中,向各位在Hard模式下生存的人民致敬,包括現在的我自己。

【卡卡的回答(1票)】:

帝都也天氣不好,空氣糟糕,陽光很少;帝都人民也心情抑鬱,食慾不振,無心上班。

但是後者的原因貌似不是前者,而是……你懂的。

【劉瑞博的回答(0票)】:

以上問題純屬扯淡。。。。我有兩個英國朋友,他們表示大英帝國子民除了倫敦很少見到霧的,另外他們說憂鬱的是意大利人~~~

【徐志的回答(0票)】:

雖然英國首都倫敦被稱為「霧都」,那是因為以前倫敦人大部分用煤作燃料,再加上倫敦的地理環境氣候所以才多霧的,現在加強環境治理後,就算去倫敦其實環境也挺好的。英國其他地方天氣也都還是不錯的。而且因為天氣對一個民族的性格有影響這種話有點太不客觀了……不過他們英國人見面喜歡聊天氣倒是真的……

【張鈺琳的回答(0票)】:

推薦閱讀這篇果殼問答:天氣真能影響人的心情嗎?

我們應該承認天氣有可能會對我們的情緒產生影響,但這種影響是因人而異的。而且,在眾多影響心情的因素中,天氣通常不是最主要的那個。

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【張子晗的回答(1票)】:

1、「英國天氣不好」這個說法有待商榷。以前被稱為是霧都確實是因為污染的問題,現在治理了解決了,完全不是霧都,而且因為它比較狹長,有點污染,一陣海風就能從東吹到西,散得很快。但是,即使不是霧都,陰綿綿的天氣也是個常態,一連一個星期見不到太陽也是常有的,再下下雨,確實不亮堂。有次在廣州遇到一個英國人,他倒確實也是因為這裡每天太陽充足,而不打算回英國。

2、「英國人憂鬱」,與其說他們憂鬱,不如用保守、謙虛、紳士等等這些詞彙。如果你看過他們的「古裝片」,你就能明白他們的性格中安靜的地方很多,即使反對什麼事情,也不會跳起來跟你嚷嚷,並且很在乎談話的技巧,還捨得吃著啞巴虧。同時,有文化積澱的地方的人善於思考,思想有深度,會不會表象起來,也像是憂鬱?

【曾舉臣的回答(0票)】:

Do grey skies make you blue or is it summer that gets your goat?

Here in the UK the weather feels depressing.

We're in the middle of winter in the northern hemisphere and it's cold and we're being battered by gales and torrential rain. The sun, even when it does show its face, is setting at 4pm. It's no wonder people in the street look fed up.

But according to most of the research on the connection between weather and mood, they shouldn't be. I've covered these highly counter-intuitive findings before and the title of that article sums it up: Weather Has Little Effect on Mood.

When you tell people this, though, they don't believe it. Most of us intuitively think the weather has quite a strong effect on our mood. Many assume that the rain and cold weather depresses us and sun and warmth perks us up.

So why don't we see this effect in the research?

That's the question a new study by Klimstra et al. (2011) tries to answer with a group of adolescents and their mothers. They tested the idea that although our reactivity to weather averages out across the whole population, there are large differences between individuals.

And it turns out this is true. In fact Klimstra et al. found four distinct groups:

  1. Unaffected: about half the people in their study fell into this group. For these people it didn't matter that much whether it was raining or sunny, hot or cold, their mood was mostly unaffected.
  2. Summer lovers: here's the group you'd expect. For these people, their mood improved with less rain, more sun and higher temperatures (15% of adolescents and 30% of their mothers fell into this category).
  3. Summer haters: here's a group of people you hear less about. ?These were the exact opposite of the summer lovers so they were happier when there was more rain, less sun and lower temperatures. Summer haters were more prevalent amongst the adolescents (27%) than their mothers (12%).
  4. Rain haters: this group's mood didn't change with the temperature, sunshine or the wind; they just hated the rain. These guys were in the minority, making up 8% of adolescents and 12% of their mothers.

This helps explain why studies keep finding that weather doesn't have much effect on mood: it's because we're different and these differences were mostly being averaged out.

Most surprising are not the group of winter SADs (seasonally affected disorder) but the summer SADs. We hear a lot about the former and nothing about the latter, but from this study the summer SADs look like a significant group of people, especially amongst adolescents.

There was also an association between how the adolescents and their mothers reacted to the weather. This suggests your weather type may well run in the family. If you're a summer hater, it's likely your parents are too. 原文引自www.spring.org.uk

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標籤:-生活常識 -生活 -桂武磊 -健康 -地理 -英國(United-Kingdom) -天氣


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