By Emily Reynolds. People who see willpower as a limited resource are particularly prone to bedtime procrastination when stressed.
This is episode 10 of the PsychCrunch podcast: we find out about strategies for avoiding procrastination.
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By Matthew Warren. The “bias blind spot” was first documented in 2002; this is the first direct replication attempt.
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By Emily Reynolds. Our digest of 10 findings that could help make that New Year’s resolution stick.
By Christian Jarrett. People with certain personality characteristics are more likely to sleep too little, or too much, or to experience greater sleepiness during the day, and in turn this raises their risk of dying.
With so many digital distractions a mere mouse click away, procrastination is easier than ever. You want, nay need, to…
Short term, lack of sleep scrambles our mental functioning. Long term, the health consequences can be dire. What’s stopping us…
Keith Wilcox at Columbia University and his colleagues analysed task deadline and completion data from over 28,000 users of the…