As the frog dreams of a new frog, she looks up from her frog’s frog-sized frog-like face to see a small, red frog sitting on the floor in front of her.
But before she can say anything, the frog stops moving and the frogs head turns into a small frog.
She looks up and sees a new, beautiful frog that is now sitting next to her.
And then, the frogs face turns into that of a young, handsome frog who is now standing next to a young man.
It turns out that the young man is now a frog.
In a new study, the researchers found that the frogs own brains, which they have been trained to associate with their own image, appear to be a reflection of their own personalities.
In one study, they asked participants to see faces and then compare their own and another’s self-reported personality traits.
They also looked at brain scans and measured the participants’ emotional reactions to faces.
When the participants saw a new face, their brains activated when they associated with it their own personality, the study found.
In other words, the brains of the frogs seemed to be responding to the image of the face.
In another study, subjects were asked to imagine themselves in an idealized scenario and were asked about their personalities.
They were then asked to compare their self-identified personalities with those of people who did not.
When participants imagined themselves in a world in which they did not belong, they had more trouble associating with others and were less happy.
This makes sense, says Amy Cagle, a neuroscientist at the University of Chicago and lead author of the new study.
“In other words: The frogs are less happy in that world, so they’re less likely to share it with the rest of us,” she said.
“If you are less likely or less inclined to share a space with a friend, it’s more likely that you’re going to be less happy.”
The results were published in the journal Psychological Science, and the study has already garnered a lot of attention.
The study also has been widely covered by the news media, and has gotten a lot more attention on social media.
A study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology reported that participants who viewed pictures of attractive people and who also reported high levels of self-esteem, such as in the top 20 percent of the population, reported feeling happier and more fulfilled in the new world compared to participants who did the opposite.
And in the same study, a study in Science reported that people who had high levels a sense of self worth and a positive outlook on life were more likely to feel happier and happier in the world of the study participants, even when they did have negative feelings about the environment.
The scientists involved with the new research say their results are just the beginning.
They are now working on further research on how these results could apply to other people and situations.
“We think that there’s a really interesting potential to use this research in a variety of domains,” Cagle said.
For example, they could help people who have high levels and negative self-views about themselves.
And they could also help people with higher levels of empathy, which means caring for other people.
“One thing that we’re really excited about is this is really going to apply to a wide variety of people, and we’re going into this with a whole set of questions that we hope are going to answer,” Cagen said.
The new research is a big step toward improving the brains and minds of people.
The researchers also have other exciting findings in mind for the future.
They plan to continue to study the brain and psychology of other species, and find ways to replicate the results in people.
They have also launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund further research into the human brain.