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The Psychology of Decision Making

Did you know that your thinking is inherently biased? There could be surprises in the psychology of decision making

The right question makes all the difference. What's your tennis ball?

5 Questions That Can Change Your Life my tennis ball? am I grateful for would I attempt to do if I knew I could not fail? if I made one small change? What will make a better story?

7 More Ways to Navigate Anxiety with Art Journaling

7 More Ways to Navigate Anxiety with Art Journaling

Inflating the Type I error rate

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Throwback Thursday: The Science Of The Cosmic Microwave Background — Starts With A Bang!

SAGE: Enjoy free online access to top-read psychology and counseling articles through April 30, 2013.

SAGE: Enjoy free online access to top-read psychology and counseling articles through April

Why Do Internet Trolls Exist?

Why Do Internet Trolls Exist? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Grit and Authenticity | The Creativity Post

From President Obama to George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, some of history’s toughest people have openly cried – often in public.

Frederick March

How Our Emotions Work: 10 Psychological Insights. Do anger and envy have upsides? Does keeping busy make us happy? Why is regret so powerful?

Individualistic practices and values increasing around the world

Individualistic practices and values increasing around the world

The Powerlessness of Positive Thinking: "Oliver Burkeman in “The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking,” “Ceaseless optimism about the future only makes for a greater shock when things go wrong; by fighting to maintain only positive beliefs about the future, the positive thinker ends up being less prepared, and more acutely distressed, when things eventually happen that he can’t persuade himself to believe are good.”

The Powerlessness of Positive Thinking

To read: The Powerlessness of Positive Thinking -- "why fantasies hamper progress: they dull the will to succeed" - in The New Yorker

Logical fallacy #9: argument from consequences. Transition to a green economy is costly and disruptive, therefore global warming can't be true.

The Book of Bad Arguments is a great primer for anyone looking to understand logical fallacies and become a better debater. It helps that each logical fallacy is accompanied by a comic featuring funny animals.

BPS Research Digest: 10 of The Most Counter-Intuitive Psychology Findings Ever Published

BPS Research Digest: 10 of The Most Counter-Intuitive Psychology Findings Ever Published

Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, research professor in the Department of Psychology at Clark University, on his theory of emerging adulthood - the phase of life tucked between the salad days of adolescence and the stability of adulthood.

Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, research professor in the Department of Psychology at Clark University, on his theory of emerging adulthood - the phase of life tucked between the salad days of adolescence and the stability of adulthood.

Cognitive Dissonance — PsyBlog |  Understanding this experiment sheds a brilliant light on the dark world of our inner motivations.

Understanding this experiment sheds a brilliant light on the dark world of our inner motivations.

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