Sunday, October 22, 2017
Supporting Men > Psychology (Page 2)

#Screen #time #hamper #ability #read #emotions

Screen time could hamper our ability to read emotions: study. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw-8rmkDY http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-26/screen-time-could-hamper-ability-to-read-facial-emotions-study/8987512 A new study has found that people who spend the most time browsing social media, especially Facebook, showed some traits similar to those of the autism spectrum disorder, including an inability to read facial emotions. The study, by the University of

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#More #Assertive #Work

How To Be More Assertive At Work When That’s Just Not Your Personality. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwoqf3ljY https://www.fastcompany.com/40474378/how-to-be-more-assertive-at-work-when-thats-just-not-your-personality?partner=rss&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=rss+fastcompany&utm_content=rss For example, when you say to someone that you’re “kind of done” with a project, you’re not really stating that you are finished with it, just somewhere in the vicinity of done. These linguistic habits can creep into

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#Mental #health #patients #taught #magic #boost #self-esteem

Mental health patients being taught magic tricks to boost self-esteem. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw1aCqmjY http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/10/01/mental-health-patients-taught-magic-tricks-boost-self-esteem/ “So I thought why not try it with people with mental health problems. I saw how doing simple tricks can improve self-confidence and esteem if they do them for nurses and other patients. I did a magic workshop at a

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#27 #Shrinks #Think #Trump #Nuts

These 27 Top Shrinks Think Trump Might Be Nuts. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwoI7FmzY https://www.thedailybeast.com/these-27-top-shrinks-think-trump-might-be-nuts Their essays are collected in a powerful new book called The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump, which hits bookstores on Oct 2. They warn that the Trump effect has created a “malignant normalcy,” a collective psychological anesthesia. It’s the kind of

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#Feeling #full #want #eat #more

Feeling full actually makes us want to eat more, claims study. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwxNCqnTY http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/feeling-full-eat-more-feeling-food-health-study-a7981071.html Ever wondered why you still feel peckish after a late night ice cream binge or a gluttonous roast dinner? You’re not just greedy, at least according to a new study which has revealed why we might be psychologically conditioned to

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#Psychology #infant #tears

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-guest-room/201710/tears-connection To further understand the signalling power of tears, scientists recently investigated the difference between perceptions of infant tears and adult tears. The team found, perhaps unsurprisingly, that infant tears elicit a stronger response than adult tears, according to a report published in Social Neuroscience. Seeing infant tears activated brain regions

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Forbes Now: #Disavowal #Cause #Worst #Mistakes #Psychological #Gremlin

Forbes Now: The Cause of your Worst Mistakes? A Psychological Gremlin You Never Heard Of. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwxoStkDY What can you do to mitigate the damage of disavowal? • Don’t assume you are immune to it. You’re not. • Don’t assume it can’t happen again. It will. • Learn about your own overall vulnerability to this

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#New #Zealand #woman’s #story #sex #addiction

Stuff.co.nz: A New Zealand woman's story of sex addiction. https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/love-sex/96839707 s a result, sex therapists tend not to talk about sexual "addiction", says Dr Karen Faisandier, a clinical psychologist based in Wellington. For her PhD research, Faisandier studied a group of 10 men who were seeking therapy for their sexual behaviour,

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The Independent: 16 #psychological #tricks #people #like #you

The Independent: 16 psychological tricks to make people like you immediately. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwqs_SkTY Harvard researchers recently discovered that talking about yourself may be inherently rewarding, the same way that food, money, and sex are. In one study, the researchers had participants sit in an fMRI machine and respond to questions about either their

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