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3 min.
Cognitive Psychology
Jan 24 2023
Luck Or Risk? The Ultimate Battle Solved

It’s high time we solved the conflicting behaviour of luck and risk in relation to success. It is some of the most complicated uncertainties in the art of **decision making **no matter ordinary life or business.

Managing about what you know but how you b…

Brighton Sykes
2 min.
Cognitive Psychology
Jan 24 2023
Why Do You Laugh at Things You Shouldn't? Here Goes the New Facts

Laughing is a humorous attitude that genuinely expresses our happiness. However, it becomes so ambiguous when one laughs under a situation we are not supposed to.

Accidental murder would be incompatible, assert superiority, and release tension but it ha…

Brighton Sykes
1 min.
Cognitive Psychology
Jan 12 2023
My Morning Productivity Stack (3–4x a Week)

Good morning, folks! Are you tired of hitting snooze and dragging yourself out of bed every morning? Well, I have the solution for you. Introducing the ultimate morning stack: alpha GPC, tyrosine, and caffeine.

First, let’s talk about alpha GPC, the brai…

Evan Moon
2 min.
Cognitive Psychology
Apr 5 2021
Placebo effect: the amazing power of consciousness

Our mind is a strong healing instrument when given the chance. The thought that our brain can persuade our body a fake treatment is the real thing — the so-called placebo effect — and thus promote healing has been around for centuries. Today research has …

Demi Powell
3 min.
Cognitive Psychology
Mar 19 2021
What is Psychology of Disaster Relief

September didn’t hold back in the natural disaster department. From Hurricane Harvey’s effects in Houston to Hurricane Irma’s path up the Caribbean and into Florida to a set of earthquakes in Mexico to Hurricane Maria’s devastation in Puerto Rico and else…

Demi Powell
8 min.
Cognitive Psychology
Mar 15 2021
The more you know, the more curious you are

Humans have a drive to eat. We have a drive to drink. We have a drive to reproduce. Curiosity is no different, says George Loewenstein, a professor of economics and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University. Our insatiable drive to learn—to invent, explore…

Demi Powell
3 min.
Cognitive Psychology
Jan 18 2021
Mental enhancement in today's culture

Yet another survey has revealed surprisingly large numbers of people using drugs to boost their mental powers. What should be done?

MOST of us want to reach our full potential. We might drink a cup of coffee to stay alert, or go for a run to feel on top …

Demi Powell

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