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Beau Lotto talks about vision This is an excerpt from the film "Just Trial and Error" For more information, please visit www.justtrialanderror.com Film Distr...
Happy brains are more creative, quicker, and more mentally alert
Americans are particularly challenged in their ability to understand someone else’s point of view because they are part of a culture that encourages individualism, new research in psychology shows.
Some people cannot feel love for others
Most parents want their children to learn how to become independent so that when they are on their own they have a better understanding of how to engage the world with confidence. There are those, however, who take independence to an extreme level. These individuals are not only self-reliant but also fearful of ever needing to rely on anyone else. Their fear is known as Soteriophobia.
Presenting at the Mind and its Potential conference, Dr Daniel Siegel MD speaks about Interpersonal Neurobiology, an interdisciplinary view of life experienc...
Dr. James Coan is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and Director of the Virginia Affective Neuroscience Laboratory at the University of Virginia. Dr...
A happy marriage relieves stress and makes one feel as safe as an adored baby.
Might the person flattering you have a hidden agenda?
Jason Tobin talks about the need for empathy as an actor. Thanks for watching! Please leave a comment and remember to subscribe! For more information about a...
You'll need pen, paper, and a silencer for cynicism. "When [a man] has fair health, a fair fortune, a tidy conscience and a complete exem
"We're a generation of idiots, smartphones, and dumb people." "Look Up" is a short film by Gary Turk exploring the real silence involved in the use of social media using a series of poetic verses a...
Beau Lotto talks about colour This is an excerpt from the film "Just Trial and Error" For more information, visit www.justtrialanderror.com Film Distributor:...
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In the Scottish Borders they are trying out a new and quite unusual kind of medicine - happiness.
Now it is claimed that happiness could be more important than smoking in determining your health.
Americans may like to consider themselves altruistic folks who are motivated to do deeds that benefit others. But for many, a new study says just the opposite is true.
Stanford University psychologists have found that because the United States' culture stresses independence, that message strongly influences how people behave toward others.
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Dan Gilbert is an expertive on Affective Forecasting because he made it up, He advises us to use other people's experiences to predict the future, instead of...
Neuroscience research is showing why none of us are islands.
How do narcissists' partners get their life sucked out of them?
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The neurobiology of how the warmest emotion blurs the boundaries by you and not-you. We kick-started the year with some of history's most
New study shows that women reject men based on negative spin, even when the information is the same