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The Neuroscience Of Trusting Your Gut

The Neuroscience Of Trusting Your Gut | Social Studies | Scoop.it
Why should you trust your gut? Because science says it's the foundation of rational decision making.

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Kasia Hein-Peters's curator insight, December 9, 2013 3:28 PM

Trusting your gut may be a successful decision-making process, but as long as you act within your area of expertise. Because intuition is nothing more than unconscious experience...

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Learning Business From A Board Game

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“No matter who you play against in Monopoly you're going to learn something that you can apply in real life.” 


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Rhonda White's curator insight, April 22, 2013 8:13 AM

I had to scoop this article!  My youngest son loves Monopoly and he's definitely acquired the skills of how to wheel and deal in real life. He knows how to buy low, trade high and proft. He's also good with managing his own money.

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10 Unusual events of WWII - War History Online

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Ten lesser known events which occurred during the war (aficionados will be familiar, we’re sure). Some of these entries may seem stranger than fiction, but all of them are true.


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What Anxiety Does to Your Brain and What You Can Do About It

What Anxiety Does to Your Brain and What You Can Do About It | Social Studies | Scoop.it

"...Many people have lived in an anxious state for so long that they don’t know any other feeling so they are unaware that they are suffering from persistent anxiety. Recognizing anxiety isn’t easy in these types of situations however identifying its red flags is a good way to start. Are you pessimistic about the most innocuous situations to the point where it keeps you from taking risks? Do you find your mind racing to what possible negative outcomes there could be? Do you immediately attribute some external circumstance to a positive outcome that could be seen as the result of your efforts? If your answer is ‘yes’ to these questions, then you may suffer from persistent anxiety.

For some people, anxiety is situational. It’s normal to feel nervous at the prospect of having to speak in public. It’s not normal to feel anxiety about having a mundane conversation with your barista. Situational anxiety is one of those things that we can only overcome by confronting it. Generalized anxiety is something that can only be coped with by trying to rewrite the pattern of thinking that elicits it...."

 

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Lisa A Romano's curator insight, January 4, 2014 5:13 AM

Such a clear and succinct article: written from the eidence base and offering a reader the rght information to make a 'bio-feedback' informed choice on the journey to ameliorating anxiety.

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Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling

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Ignacio Sáenz de Miera's curator insight, August 29, 2013 9:28 AM

Excelente site sobre Storytelling

Ronen Grinberg's curator insight, August 30, 2013 3:53 AM

מתאים לכתיבה של סיפור קצר

ENC Learning Commons's curator insight, September 10, 2013 6:58 PM

This is brilliant because......