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Three Quick Fixes for the Wandering Mind

Three Quick Fixes for the Wandering Mind | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
It happens to all of us: you’re working away on something you’ve got to get done, and suddenly you realize that for quite some time you’ve been lost in a reverie about something
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'Power naps' may boost right-brain activity - CNN

'Power naps' may boost right-brain activity - CNN | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Counsel & Heal'Power naps' may boost right-brain activityCNNThe latest research, presented Wednesday at an annual meeting of neuroscientists, may help explain the mental spark that sometimes occurs during a nap.
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Science Reveals the Power of a Handshake - ScienceBlog.com (blog)

Science Reveals the Power of a Handshake - ScienceBlog.com (blog) | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
ScienceBlog.com (blog)Science Reveals the Power of a HandshakeScienceBlog.com (blog)New neuroscience research is confirming an old adage about the power of a handshake: strangers do form a better impression of those who proffer their hand in...
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Social interaction can "ease pain" study suggests - Telegraph.co.uk

Social interaction can "ease pain" study suggests - Telegraph.co.uk | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.ukSocial interaction can "ease pain" study suggestsTelegraph.co.ukCourtney DeVries, professor of neuroscience at Ohio State University, said: "We believe that socially isolated individuals are physiologically different from socially paired...
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Study shows people return smiles based on feelings of status and power - Medical Xpress

Study shows people return smiles based on feelings of status and power - Medical Xpress | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
The GuardianStudy shows people return smiles based on feelings of status and powerMedical XpressEvidence from psychology and neuroscience has also identified behavioral mimicry as an index for interpersonal affiliation and rapport.
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Are these the five most unpleasant sounds in everyday life? - The Guardian (blog)

Are these the five most unpleasant sounds in everyday life? - The Guardian (blog) | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog)Are these the five most unpleasant sounds in everyday life?
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Why we can't bear nails on a blackboard - Independent Online

Why we can't bear nails on a blackboard - Independent Online | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Independent OnlineWhy we can't bear nails on a blackboardIndependent OnlineChalk on blackboard came third, a ruler on a bottle fourth and nails on a blackboard fifth, the Journal of Neuroscience reports.
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Use neuroscience to become a better leader - Management Today

Use neuroscience to become a better leader - Management Today | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Use neuroscience to become a better leaderManagement TodaySome leaders are discovering how to be 'brain-friendly' using learnings from neuroscience to change their working habits.
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How Childhood Neglect Stunts the Brain | Wired Science | Wired.com

How Childhood Neglect Stunts the Brain | Wired Science | Wired.com | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Science is painting a dramatic picture of how childhood neglect damages developing brains, so stunting them that neglect might be likened to physically violent abuse.
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Maximize Profitability Using Neuroscience-Based Training — HR Blog

Maximize Profitability Using Neuroscience-Based Training — HR Blog | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
The study of neuroscience in business is an exciting, new and emerging field, and it is taking the C-suites by storm. At the forefront of this field is the distinguished neuroscience expert, Srinivasan Pillay, M.D., CEO of ...
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Research pinpoints brain's 'Gullibility' center

Research pinpoints brain's 'Gullibility' center | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
(HealthDay)—Whether it's an email from an unknown gentleman on another continent pleading for money or a financial scammer selling a promising penny stock, the young and old tend to be more easily duped than middle-aged people.
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The neuroscience of winning - The British Psychological Society

The neuroscience of winningThe British Psychological SocietyWhich neural processes underlie expert sport performance? How do our brains evolve with training? Since the 1990s – known as the decade of the brain – brain imaging (e.g.
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Piano Tuners Show How Our Brains Are Always Changing - Business Insider

Piano Tuners Show How Our Brains Are Always Changing - Business Insider | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Business InsiderPiano Tuners Show How Our Brains Are Always ChangingBusiness InsiderThe study, published today in the Journal of Neuroscience, shows that these structural differences correlate with the number of years of experience a piano tuner...
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Robert Cialdini Explores the Neuroscience of Influence | Robert Cialdini | Big Think

Robert Cialdini on how your brain tricks you.
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A handshake appears to have great power for positive social interactions - Examiner.com

A handshake appears to have great power for positive social interactions - Examiner.com | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Jagran PostA handshake appears to have great power for positive social interactionsExaminer.comNew neuroscience research has been confirming an old adage about the power of a handshake, wherein strangers really do form a better impression of those...
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Power Naps May Boost Right-Brain Activity - Huffington Post

Power Naps May Boost Right-Brain Activity - Huffington Post | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Power Naps May Boost Right-Brain ActivityHuffington PostJonathan Friedman, M.D., director of the Texas Brain and Spine Institute, in Bryan, says the new findings come at a time of growing interest in the neuroscience of sleep.
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Teenage Brains Are Malleable And Vulnerable, Researchers Say - North Country Public Radio

Teenage Brains Are Malleable And Vulnerable, Researchers Say - North Country Public Radio | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Teenage Brains Are Malleable And Vulnerable, Researchers SayNorth Country Public RadioOct 16, 2012 — New research presented at the Society for Neuroscience meeting suggests that teens are not necessarily wired to be impulsive.
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New findings on sleep deprivation presented at Neuroscience 2012

New findings presented today report the important role sleep plays, and the brain mechanisms at work as sleep shapes memory, learning, and behavior.
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To Achieve Your Goals, Learn How To Hack Your Brain - Fast Company

To Achieve Your Goals, Learn How To Hack Your Brain - Fast Company | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Fast CompanyTo Achieve Your Goals, Learn How To Hack Your BrainFast CompanyAlong with recent results from neuroscience research, those insights help us improve how we pursue our goals and ultimately increase our chances at success.
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The neuroscience of stage fright — and how to cope with it - io9

The neuroscience of stage fright — and how to cope with it - io9 | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
The neuroscience of stage fright — and how to cope with itio9The neuroscience of stage fright — and how to cope with it Public speaking is one of our most common fears, topping flying, financial ruin, sickness, and even death.
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Thinking Fast and Slow—The Neuroscience Behind Good Decision-Making

Thinking Fast and Slow—The Neuroscience Behind Good Decision-Making | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
.  Daniel Kahneman won a Nobel Prize in 2002 for his work on the psychology of good decision-making.  In his recent book Thinking Fast and Slow (2011), he presents a “dual-process” model of the bra...
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The Neuroscience of Belonging - Brain Blogger (blog)

The Neuroscience of Belonging - Brain Blogger (blog) | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
Brain Blogger (blog)The Neuroscience of BelongingBrain Blogger (blog)The brain has evolved to respond in predictable ways to threats in the physical environment.
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Brainy Beverage: Study Reveals How Green Tea Boosts Brain Cell Production to Aid Memory

Brainy Beverage: Study Reveals How Green Tea Boosts Brain Cell Production to Aid Memory | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
It has long been believed that drinking green tea is good for the memory.
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INSIGHT - Neuroscience in court: My brain made me do it | Reuters

INSIGHT - Neuroscience in court: My brain made me do it | Reuters | Emotionally Intelligence and Leadership | Scoop.it
LONDON (Reuters) - He was once a respected paediatrician, loved by patients and their parents for over 30 years.
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Neuroscience attracts attention, but not from Hoyas

The Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience (IPN) is one of the success stories of Georgetown's increased focus on the natural sciences. An obscurity only a few years ago, the Ph.D. program has vaulted itself into the ...
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