Share8 Pin7 Tweet Stumble77 +16 ShareTotal Shares 98 While each of us experiences fear sometimes, sufferers of phobias experience persistent anxiety that can affect their daily lives. Treatment can be a long process, often involving months of psychotherapy, which can be expensive. What if there was a
Share19 Pin25 Tweet8 Stumble6K +113 Share11Total Shares 6K Everyone procrastinates occasionally. However, between 20 – 25% of people are known as chronic procrastinators. They put off everything, in every area of their lives, which is sounding depressingly familiar to me. But why do we procrastinate? And what
Authors retract study that found sad people were less able to see certain colours.
Share11 Pin9 Tweet Stumble67 +121 ShareTotal Shares 108An Australian study recently discovered that the type of decisions you make at work can affect the size of your waistline. It’s been known for a long time that added responsibilities at work can increase stress. And, in turn, chronically
Why science does not agree with Richard Dawkins or Germaine Greer.
Share27 Pin17 Tweet Stumble48 +13 ShareTotal Shares 95In 1999, Justin Kruger and David Dunning identified a flaw in the human brain. The Dunning-Kruger Effect is a cognitive bias whereby poor performers tend to overestimate their competence in any given field. Sounds quite safe and bland doesn’t it?
Share9 Pin4 Tweet Stumble97 +14 ShareTotal Shares 114 Please be advised that the following article mentions a case of gun violence. Today’s Thought for Thursday deals with the important business of play. We know that it helps children learn. We know that it’s good for parents to
Prepare to be shocked by the results of an international survey of teens about Cyberbullying.
The parenting style that avoids causing psychological damage in our kids.
How lowered dopamine levels affects your eyesight and what colours you lose.