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Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive Psychology
Dr Sannjay
Unveiling the Genetic Archives: Harnessing DNA for Infinite Possibilities

In the enormous expanse of the cosmos, humanity has usually sought to apprehend its vicinity in the universe. Now, with the appearance of DNA data garage, we are not simply observers – we’re lively contributors in shaping the narrative of existence itself…

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Cognitive Psychology
Dr Sannjay
Who Am I? Exploring the Interplay Between Brain and Time Waves Through Placebo Effects

Introduction:

In the area of quantum era and attention, one of the most profound questions that humans have sought to resolve is the nature of private identity: Who am I? This article delves into the fascinating concept of the brain and time waves and th…

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Cognitive Psychology
Dr Sannjay
Non-invasive Treatment Options for PCOD

Non-invasive Treatment Options for PCOD

Introduction:
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common endocrine disorder affecting women of reproductive age. The condition is characterized by irregular periods, high levels of androgens, and multiple cysts o…

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Cognitive Psychology
Kshitij Kumar Srivastava
Are there any hidden gems embedded in solitude?

Human beings have an inherent desire for companionship. When we find ourselves alone, our inner struggles often emerge, compelling us to seek the presence of others as a means to confront these challenges.
Try spending a day or two in solitude, and you’ll…

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Soul Academy, PLLC
Grief and Loss

Did you know…
There are over 40 types of losses and include obvious losses such as death, pet loss, divorce, job loss, or a natural disaster. Other less thought about include moving, health-related issues or a disability, starting or ending school, n…

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Cognitive Psychology
Brighton Sykes
The New Deeper View of Laughing in Humor Psychology

Ever wondered why you laugh at things suddenly, let’s enroll into the concept of humor.

Everyone wants to be human and humanity is being mirthful. The humorous aspect of happiness in an expression of laughing is a stereotype inexplicable in all cultures …

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Cognitive Psychology
Pen Gossiper
COGNITIVE DISSONANCE: THE HIDDEN PSYCHOLOGICAL CAUSE OF STRESS AND RELATIONSHIP CONTRARY

Have you ever felt conflicted about your partner or your relationship? Maybe you love them, but sometimes you don’t like them. Maybe you want to be with them but also want to be alone. Maybe you agree with them on some things but disagree with others.

If…

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Tunde Ekpekurede
BUT FOR YOUR MODEL OF REALITY, YOU HAVE NO PROBLEMS

Why reason ye these things in your hearts? Mark 2:8

I frequently wonder these days what my thoughts would have been like if I had been raised in Russia, or Buddhism or Islam, or as a Black American. Surely I say to myself that I won’t be thinking the way…

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Cognitive Psychology
Shanti Green
The Importance of Mental Health: Understanding and Prioritizing Mental Well-being

Mental health is an integral aspect of our overall well-being. It encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being and affects how we think, feel, and behave. Good mental health allows us to cope with the daily stresses of life, form health…

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Cognitive Psychology
Tarun Raj Singh
Redefining Success: Why a Useful Life is More Fulfilling Than a Happy One

In today’s society, we are bombarded with messages that tell us happiness is the ultimate goal in life. We are constantly searching for the next best thing that will make us feel happy, whether it’s a new job, a new relationship, or material possessions. …

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What is Depression?

What is depression?

“Depression is one of the most common types of mental health conditions that frequently develops adjoining anxiety.”
Stress develops into Depression.
Depression can be mild & short-lived or severe and long-lasting.Some people are …

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Rianna Yafai
The Power of Character: Understanding the Link Between Traits, Relationships and Mental Health

In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, it can be easy to overlook the importance of character traits in our daily lives. However, recent research has shown that our character traits play a crucial role in not only our relationships but also in our…

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Brighton Sykes
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…

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Cognitive Psychology
Brighton Sykes
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…

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Evan Moon
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…

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Cognitive Psychology
Demi Powell
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…

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Demi Powell
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 …

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Demi Powell
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…

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Cognitive Psychology
Demi Powell
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 …

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