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Psychologists Say Doing These 7 Activities Will Make You Happier

Psychology research shows that happy people make more money, perform better at work, live longer, and have better marriages than everyone else.<p>But the causes of happiness are elusive — philosophers have been trying to figure it out for thousands of years.<p>Over the past few decades psychological …

A Mind For Numbers. How To Excel At Math And Science (Even If You Flunked Algebra).

25.01.2015<p>review by Irena Domachowska<p>When I first started to teach myself how to program, I self-diagnosed myself with dysprogrammeria - a natural …

Facebook 'likes' accurate predictors of personality traits, study shows

Researchers have found that computer predictions of personality traits based on Facebook 'likes' are more accurate than those made by participants' …

The Psychology of Savings

Last night, we watched an excellent documentary on Netflix called <i>Living on One Dollar</i>. It’s the story of two upper middle class college students who …

Personal Finance

People With This Special Quality Can Control Their Dreams - PsyBlog

Lucid dreamers can take control of their dreams, providing freedom in a hyperreal world.<p>Neuroscientists have found that self-reflective people — …

Consciousness

Rumination and the Brain

Life’s tension increases risk of infection; hugs help heal us.<p>What happens in your kitchen affects what happens in your office.

The Brain

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The six personality traits of high-achieving women in the workplace

None of us wants a leader who runs around like a headless chicken.<p>What we'd like is a swan of a boss: serene on the surface (although probably …

Your brain can be conned into believing you committed a crime

How much do you trust your brain? We're asking, because a new study published in <i>Psychological Science</i> provides scientific evidence that it's not hard to manipulate people's memories -- even to make them believe they've committed a crime. Researchers from the University of Bedfordshire and …

Why The Super-Successful Get Depressed

Whether the uber-successful – the CEOs, the founders, the innovators – are more or less prone to depression than the average person is a tricky and fascinating, not to mention controversial, question. We know that the average CEO is more likely to possess subtle psychopathic traits and be more …

New York City

The science behind brain farts

It happens to you all the time. You're mid-sentence during a meeting with your boss, working on <i>The New York Times</i>' crossword puzzle, typing up an …

The new neuroscience of depression: Why your brain’s architecture may be to blame

New research suggests people with wraparound occipital lobes may be more prone to the condition<p>Scientists have studied brain structure for decades, so most disease-related structural anomalies have been long known. New findings of this nature are rare—yet last summer one neuroscientist studying …

Neuroscience

Google’s Waze is a ‘stalking app,’ claim US police

Sheriffs have accused Google’s Waze traffic app of being a stalking app and called for alerts that indicate when police are nearby to be switched off, reports The Guardian.<p>In 2013, Google acquired Waze, which combines GPS navigation with a social community, for $966 million. It offers free …