TIME: At one point or another, many of us have been stuck with a job that wasn’t necessarily in our field of interest. That can be bad for the employee in question, of course — but a new psychological study shows that it’s bad for business, as well. Employees who More
The Huffington Post: Make sure you take time to rest and reflect — new research shows it’s important for our well-being. The review of studies, published in the journal Perspectives on Psychological Science, shows that “resting” our brains — a.k.a daydreaming — is linked with improvements in self-awareness, learning and More
Even as we spend more on healthcare every year, the number of people with chronic health problems continues to rise in developed countries like the United States. Most of these chronic health problems – such as obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease – can be addressed through lifestyle changes. More
United Press International: The lost art of introspection — even daydreaming — may be an increasingly valuable but elusive part of life, U.S. researchers said. Psychological scientist Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, a professor of the University of Southern California, and colleagues reviewed the existing scientific literature from neuroscience and psychological science More
Daily Mail: Daydreaming could help children oncentrate – and even perform better in tests, researchers claim. The children also feel less anxious and more motivated to perform, according to a review of studies on the value of time to reflect. Education should focus more on giving children time to think More
It is commonly thought that participants in Milgram’s shock experiments obeyed the researcher because of people’s natural tendency to conform to those in authority. In this article, Reicher, Haslam, and Smith review findings from the original Milgram study that suggest a different conclusion: Participants obeyed because they identified with the More
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