Frustrated and anxious when your phone is out of battery or you can’t seem to find your phone anywhere. This is known as nomophobia, in other words “no mobile phone phobia”.
Date Posted: May 9, 2015
Categories: Anxiety, Panic issues, Social Anxiety / PhobiaGO
First impression counts. Is that saying true? Or rather, do interviewers make their hiring decision within the first four minutes of an interview and spend the remaining time looking for information to back up their gut judgement.
Categories: Workplace IssuesGO
Secrets are as heavy as a physical weight. Secrets could be money troubles, bad habits and quirks and what not.
Categories: Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions, Adult psychological ...GO
We copy other’s action, we copy other’s words, … Is this all in human nature? Solomon Asch propose that we conform to the norm and deny evidence of our own senses.
Categories: Other, Social IsolationGO
Ever told your friends a joke or a cracking story, but you did not include that these amusing events happened to someone else.
How to get someone to confess their crimes? Coercive, forceful, confrontational methods? This will lead to the detainee shutting down. Studies suggest the facilitation of social influence and cooperation will work better.
New research links living near these to a 46% increase in stroke risk.
Categories: Health / Illness / Medical IssuesGO
The deleterious effects of stereotyping on individual and group outcomes have prompted a search for solutions. One approach has been to increase awareness of the prevalence of stereotyping in the hope of motivating individuals to resist natural ...
Have you ever been to an exclusive restaurant that serves tiny portions and found that, in spite of the paltry servings, you felt satisfied afterwards and the food seemed unusually tasty? If so, you might have engaged in what psychologists call ...
For people that don't understand anxiety or have never experienced it, they may think it is the same as worrying about things that are going on your life. Everyone worries about things from time to time, it's a natural part of being human and ...
Categories: Anxiety, SchizophreniaGO
A new Duke University study in mice links three previous and, until now, apparently unrelated hypotheses about the causes of schizophrenia, a debilitating mental disorder appearing in late adolescence that affects how people think, act and perceive ...
When given the choice, we often choose our present needs over the needs of our future selves. In fact, a recent study indicates that we see our future selves as a stranger - we don't care what happens to them down the line. Even though we probably ...
"By being a guy's best first move … Axe is designed to keep guys a step ahead in the dating game," boasts Unilever, the company that sells Axe products. Of course, if you don't happen to be a gullible 13-year-old boy, you probably don't believe ...
In the digital age, we increasingly use written language in place of face to face ...
Cardiorespiratory fitness may positively impact the structure of white matter in the brains of older adults. These results suggest that exercise could be prescribed to lessen age-related declines in brain structure.
Categories: Aging & Geriatric IssuesGO
Unless you've been living under a rock, you don't need to be told about the relaxing effects of meditation. The practitioners vouch for it; and those who don't, do not dispute it either. Those in the Far East have known for centuries that meditating ...