This folder will contain researched based information about:
- Learning and improving intelligence
- Being physically active
- Best nutrition & beauty practices
- Connecting with and socialising with others
- Giving to others
- Being mindfull.
11 Banned Food Ingredients Still Allowed in the U.S. Slideshow. Effect of negative ions on mental and emotional health - Google Scholar. Healthy or Hype? – Himalayan Salt Lamps & Negative Ions. Healthy or Hype?
It’s perhaps the most important question we must ask ourselves when presented with any new health care treatment. Unfortunately getting clear, concise, honest answers can be difficult when the primary reason most of these treatments are being offered is for one reason – money. A Group Of 50 People Were Asked To Enter A Room Filled With Balloons. Then This Happens... Forget Survival of the Fittest: It Is Kindness That Counts. Why do people do good things?
Is kindness hardwired into the brain, or does this tendency arise via experience? Dacher Keltner, director of the Social Interaction Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley, investigates these questions from multiple angles and often generates results that are both surprising and challenging. In his recent book, Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life (W. Brain Training And The End Of The Prozac Generation - Forbes. Why Emotion Will Usually Outweigh Logic In The Audience’s Brains. Many people like to think that business is all about logic, and that customers behave having rationally analysed all available data, considered the various pros and cons of different courses of action and come to a logical conclusion.
Although it’s very difficult for very logical people to understand (e.g. accountants, engineers, IT professionals), this could not be further from the truth, as the quote above from Buck Rogers of IBM demonstrates (and he was talking about mainframe computers!). The reality is that a high percentage of the time people make decisions based purely on emotion. They may well rationalise that decision afterwards by using logic, but the decision itself is made on emotion. Logic plays only a secondary role. Emotion vs Logic. Most people like to think that business is all about logic, and that customers behave having rationally analysed all available data, considered the various pros and cons of different courses of action and come to a logical conclusion.
Although it's very difficult for very logical people to understand (e.g. accountants, engineers, IT professionals), this could not be further from the truth, as the quote above from Buck Rogers of IBM demonstrates (and he was talking about mainframe computers!). The reality is that a high percentage of the time people make decisions based purely on emotion. They may well rationalize that decision afterwards by using logic, but the decision itself is made on emotion. Logic plays only a secondary role. Your Brain Has an Exclusive VIP Line for Friends. Making new best friends in adulthood isn't always easy.
How do you date a new friend long enough to get her to wifey status? Who even has time to maintain a nascent emotional, platonic connection when you have other established emotional, platonic connections to tend to? Well, never mind, your brain will take care of that for you. According to research recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, if you make a new best friend, you have to make space for her by getting rid of an existing friend, lest you overwhelm your social network.
By analyzing the cell-phone data of 24 British students, researchers from Oxford University noticed patterns in communication that indicate that, in general, people don't have the wherewithal to maintain too many close, intimate relationships. Why words are as painful as sticks and stones - life - 04 December 2012. Aroman. Sense about Science – Equipping people to make sense of science and evidence. Squareeater - binaural beats and brainwave entrainment for the psychedelic mind.
Can Physical Activities Improve Fluid Intelligence? 9 Ways to Develop Your Intelligence at Any Age. By Mary Jaksch Forget depressing stories about the brain.
That it’s at its best in our twenties, then slowly declines – until we are left in old age with tatters instead of dendrites in the brain and can’t even remember our own name. Forget that. It’s not true. The great news is that the brain is plastic: it can develop throughout life. 1. Involves reading, writing, speaking, and conversing. 2. Involves number and computing skills, recognizing patterns and relationships, timeliness and order, and the ability to solve different kinds of problems through logic. How Playing Sports Can Make You Smarter.
Think brains and brawn are mutually exclusive?
Think again. Scientific research is beginning to confirm something many athletes and fitness gurus have known for a long time: playing sport not only makes you stronger – it also makes you smarter. From running, cycling and other cardiovascular activities to heavy weight training, engaging in intense exercise on a regular basis improves your ability to focus and concentrate, reduces “brain fog” and makes you more productive. We spoke to the tennis experts at WimbledonDebentureHolders.com to learn more about how sports and exercise play a major role not just in your physical health, strength and performance, but in your mental and psychological health. Sport releases growth factors that improve mental performance Increased levels of growth factors, which can be measured in your blood hormone profile, are thought to directly lead to an improved ability to learn new skills and memorise processes.
NLP Experts Speak Out. Mind & Life Institute — Building a scientific understanding of the mind to reduce suffering and promote well-being. 6 Signs You Could Be a Highly Sensitive Person. A little-understood inherited temperament could be impacting your life or someone you love in surprising ways.
Psychologist Elaine Aron‘s research on a temperament category she describes as the “highly sensitive person” (HSP) has been gaining increased attention in recent years, and giving many people a big “aha” moment. Could you be among the 15-20 percent of the population she believes make up this group? I’ve learned that I am, and finding this out has changed the way I look at…everything.