A study from Florida State University sheds light on the sudden urge some people feel to jump from a high place. Have you ever been walking near the edge of a cliff when suddenly, for no apparent reason, you felt the urge to jump? If so, you've probably experienced high-place phenomenon HPP , as it was dubbed in a research paper by a team of psychologists from Florida State University. It turns out the phenomenon is relatively common, but it's only recently been the focus of scientific study. Her team, however, couldn't find any mention of the phenomenon in the scientific literature. In any case, the researchers reasoned their study could help explain Freud's idea of the death drive, or maybe why some people seem to commit suicide impulsively.
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