By Christian Jarrett. The researchers said that we could benefit from thinking about the advice we’d give our past selves.
By Christian Jarrett. The researchers interpreted their findings in terms of the “broaden and build theory” of positive emotions.
By Christian Jarrett. To the researchers’ surprise, greater derailment preceded reductions in depression.
By Christian Jarrett. This is the first systematic study of teenagers’ “self-images”.
By Christian Jarrett. The findings challenge the idea that depressed people are seeking to perpetuate their low mood.
By Christian Jarrett It is possible to pay attention effortlessly, your mind “pulled by the inherent nature of the object…
By Christian Jarrett. The mundanity and apparent simplicity of taking notes belies the importance of this activity for learning.
By Christian Jarrett. Today intellectual humility is arguably needed more than ever – the insight and honesty to hold your hands up and say you’re ignorant or inexpert about an issue.
By Christian Jarrett When we say that our close friends have become a part of us, we’re usually talking metaphorically.…
This is episode 10 of the PsychCrunch podcast: we find out about strategies for avoiding procrastination.