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Why angry employees are bad for business New research from the University of Arizona underscores how important it is for supervisors to pay attention to employees’ emotions — especially when the emotion is anger. Employees who are angry are more likely to engage in unethical behavior at work, even if the source of their anger is not job-related, according to the research, [...]
Setbacks Are Not Permanent A few years back I gave birth.  It was glorious and amazing and more than I ever could have hoped it could be. And then it wasn’t. I remember bits and pieces from that time like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle.  It’s hard to see … ...
Brain training can help in fight against dementia Researchers at the University of Sydney have found that engaging in computer-based brain training can improve memory and mood in older adults with mild cognitive impairment – but training is no longer effective once a dementia diagnosis has been made. The team, comprising researchers from the Brain and Mind Centre , reviewed more than 20 [...]
Confidence influences eyewitness memory of crimes New University of Liverpool research has found that co-witnesses to a crime can contaminate each other’s memory of who committed it, but that the likelihood of this contamination occurring depends upon their confidence. The research, conducted by Dr Craig Thorley from the University’s Institute of Psychology, Health and Society, was inspired by real-life incidents where [...]
Ability to recognize and recall odors may identify those at risk for Alzheimer’s disease A non-invasive protocol testing the ability to recognize, remember and distinguish between odors was able to identify older individuals who – according to genetic, imaging and more detailed memory tests – were at increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The report of a study by a team of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) investigators has been published [...]
Attitudes to be creative and more innovative “I don’t see myself in terms of artifice. I see myself as a real person who chooses to live my life in an open way – artistically.” Lady Gaga How … ...
Surviving Honeymoon ‘Disasters’ Whether you’re driving to Maine or flying down to Aruba, you expect your honeymoon to be perfect. Nothing but quality time with your new husband or wife in exotic surroundings, with delicious food, great entertainment, wonderful accommodations and plenty of sun. What could possibly go … ...
Unlock the motivation to lose weight NOW with these... So many people say that they are unhappy with their body and want to look slimmer, but that they lack the motivation to lose weight. How we view ourselves informs … ...
2 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy exercises to help you unlock... So many people say that they are unhappy with their body and want to lose weight. How we view ourselves informs everything that we do, so it’s time to learn … ...
Ability to recognize, recall odors may identify those at risk for Alzheimer's disease Testing of both olfactory and cognitive abilities could designate candidates for treatments designed to halt or slow Alzheimer's symptom development.
Mental Health Is Only Affected By This One Aspect Of Weather Is it the amount of wind, rain or sun that affects your mental health? Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything
Teenage binge drinking can affect brain function of future offspring Repeated binge drinking during adolescence can affect brain functions in future generations, potentially putting offspring at risk for such conditions as depression, anxiety, and metabolic disorders, a study has found.
Reconnecting eye to brain Scientists have completed a comprehensive assessment of what scientists know about optic nerve development, regeneration, and reconnection.
Forgiveness Part 1 If anyone ever had a good reason to claim that she was justified in refusing to forgive someone who had caused her enormous physical and emotional pain, it was Monica. Beginning … ...
Love, Death and the Internet Finding old flames online can change your memories.
Why depression is rising among teen girls There has been a significant climb in the prevalence of major depression among adolescents and young adults in recent years, and the troubling trend may be strongest in teenage girls.
Researchers identify biomarker to speed diagnosis in brain and spinal cord inflammation Research identifies a new biomarker for brain and spinal cord inflammation, allowing for faster diagnosis and treatment of patients.
Stress-induced changes in maternal gut could negatively impact offspring for life Prenatal exposure to a mother’s stress contributes to anxiety and cognitive problems that persist into adulthood, a phenomenon that could be explained by lasting – and potentially damaging – changes in the microbiome, according to new research in mice.
Death and Dying: 6 Stages of Grief Death and dying is never an easy or welcoming process. The process of death and dying can be very stressful for those that are dying, as well as the people … ...
The Creative Therapy That Helps Reduce Depression Higher self-esteem from a common creative therapy that also helps reduce depression. Dr Jeremy Dean's latest ebooks are: The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything