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Shoulds and Musts   Life is full of choices isn’t it?   Some big, some small. They hit us from the second we wake up until we go to bed. What do we do … ...
Participative Leadership Theory and Decision-making Style Overview of democratic leadership theory, examples, pros and cons with graphic representation of the concept. In addition, other forms of participative decision-making has been discussed -- collective, autocratic, and consensus.
Self-Care Sunday Links 8.2.15 On some Sundays I share links to pieces from around the web, along with posts I’ve written for Psych Central. I hope you find these helpful, and I hope you’re … ...
Do I Complain Too Much? Do I Complain Too Much? How to complain more effectively. By Lisa Juliano, Psy.D.
The Amount of Coffee That Protects Against Dementia Precursor How coffee intake affects the chance of developing mild cognitive impairment. » Continue reading: The Amount of Coffee That Protects Against Dementia Precursor » Read HealthiestBlog.com, the new site from PsyBlog's author Related articles:The Vitamin Which May Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia Surprising Link Between Body Weight and Dementia Risk, Study Finds 5 Habits Proven to Reduce Risk of Alzheimer’s and Dementia 4 Very Common Medicines Newly Linked to Irreversible Dementia Risk Anxiety’s Influence on Developing Alzheimer’s Disease
Why You Should Always Get a Second Opinion When you are diagnosed with an illness, especially when you have a mental health condition, you should always get a second opinion. Or a third. Or a fourth. Get as many as you can. The more you get, the more expert evidence you can collect … ...
Seven False Beliefs About Relationships Sharing your feelings with others will make you look weak. It’s best not to fight if you want to have a good relationship. Sharing your feelings or troubles with another … ...
5 Ways to Thrive Ideally, we all want to do better than just get by. We want to thrive. But what does that mean? In their scholarly article, “A new look at social support,” … ...
Depression and Learning From Other Cultures–Part 1 There is an “epidemic” of mental illness across this country and people (including young children) are being diagnosed with depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety disorders and ADHD by the thousands. Individuals are rushing to find remedies; from doctors, gurus, and from diet programs, exercise routines and … ...
For Women Who Were Told To Keep Quiet I grew up with a father who was a bully. It was okay to speak if I agreed with him, but I wasn’t allowed to freely speak my mind. I … ...
Friendship Day: Be the Friend You Would Like to Have My best friend is the one who brings out the best in me. ~ Henry Ford In 1935, the U.S. Congress declared the first Sunday in August a holiday to honor friendship. This year it is Sunday, August 2nd. To celebrate the occasion I wanted … ...
How The Internet Tricks You Into Thinking You Are Smarter Searching the Internet for information creates an illusion of knowledge, in which we think we are smarter than we really are.
Help Your Child Succeed           Children With Bipolar in School If you have a child with bipolar in the school system you will want to create a protective/empowerment support system … ...
Popular in your 20s, better off at midlife Study reveals that frequent social interactions, like grabbing coffee with friends, develop social "tools" that help individuals adjust and cope with situations later in life.
Understanding Orthorexia “Ah, I can’t do lunch, but would you want to grab coffee later on?” This is something I would say often to my friends. My circle was growing smaller. I rarely saw friends or even family. My apartment was my temple. The holder of all … ...
Capturing Your Legacy in Small Stories There is a Jewish tradition, which traces back to Genesis, called an “ethical will.” This practice is about passing down values from one generation to the next generation. Originally, ethical … ...
Adolescents with sleep problems more likely to self-harm There is a strong relationship between sleep problems such as insomnia, and self-harm, according to findings in a new Norwegian study. The study is led by psychology specialist Mari Hysing from Uni Research in Bergen, and published in the British Journal of Psychiatry. Adolescents with sleep problems were significantly more likely to report self-harm than [...] The post Adolescents with sleep problems more likely to self-harm appeared first on PsyPost.
Stressing about your math test? Your problem-solving abilities might suffer That our emotional state can affect our cognitive functions can be all too clear to anyone struggling to complete a mental task under pressure. What has been less clear, until now, is whether that relationship between our emotions and our abilities can change over a period of time. To explore that connection, Kelly Trezise and [...] The post Stressing about your math test? Your problem-solving abilities might suffer appeared first on PsyPost.
The Curious Connection Between Distraction and Impulsivity Science is steadily uncovering a link between handicapped working memory resources and handicapped impulse control, with all its unfortunate shortcomings.
Young adults with autism show improved social function following UCLA skills program Researchers at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA have found that a social skills program for high-functioning young adults with autism spectrum disorder significantly improved the participants’ ability to engage with their peers. In the study, the largest randomized controlled trial to show improved social functioning in young adults with autism, [...] The post Young adults with autism show improved social function following UCLA skills program appeared first on PsyPost.