101 Thought Provoking Questions to Ask Yourself Before It’s Too Late This is your chance to live the life you wish you had. You could close down this article right now, pretend that you never saw it, and go on living your life as usual – but when do you plan on challenging yourself to live an even ‘bigger’, more meaningful, more fulfilling and deeper life? You see, many of us live our lives on autopilot. Discovering Psychology Highlighting major new developments in the field, this updated edition of Discovering Psychology offers high school and college students, and teachers of psychology at all levels, an overview of historic and current theories of human behavior. Stanford University professor and author Philip Zimbardo narrates as leading researchers, practitioners, and theorists probe the mysteries of the mind and body. Based on extensive investigation and authoritative scholarship, this introductory course in psychology features demonstrations, classic experiments and simulations, current research, documentary footage, and computer animation. This series is also valuable for teachers seeking to review the subject matter. Produced by WGBH Boston with the American Psychological Association. 1990, 2001.
Positive psychology. Return to Main page. Compiled by William Tillier Calgary Alberta. June, 2012. Table of contents Return to top Tali Sharot: The optimism bias At around minute 13, Tali Sharot describes how she and collaborator Dr Ryota Kanai were able to influence the outcome of experiments designed to test optimism bias by applying TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation). Amazing! Dr. Tali Sharot at Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College of LondonDr Ryota KanaiSearch for ‘transcranial direct current’ at ICN One way to think about this (very generally) is that, in this case, TMS had both a positive and negative impact. This should also serve as cautionary to anyone self-experimenting with tDCS.
Serene Journey As your life stands right now, do you feel as though there’s got to be something more to it than this? Your Life | Live it. Love it. is a book designed specifically to make you think about where you are right now and where you would ultimately like to be. It’s organized into three main sections as you can see below so let’s jump right into what this book is all about. Section 1: Focus On You Focusing on yourself is an important first step toward living a life you absolutely love. Brain Basics: Know Your Brain Introduction The brain is the most complex part of the human body. This three-pound organ is the seat of intelligence, interpreter of the senses, initiator of body movement, and controller of behavior. Lying in its bony shell and washed by protective fluid, the brain is the source of all the qualities that define our humanity.
Read for Joy: 正向心理學書單2016年版──有繁體中文版的大眾讀物 2014年將正向心理學之父塞利格曼(Martin E. P. Seligman)在賓州大學建立的「真實的快樂Authentic Happiness」網站上推薦的正向心理學書單，找出有出繁體中文版的書，整理成「正向心理學書單2014年版──有繁體中文版的大眾讀物」。 Parenting With Positive Guidance Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Amanda Morgan of Not Just Cute When it comes to guiding the behavior of our children, do we rely on punishment or discipline? To many people, the two words above carry the same meaning.
Harvest Moon by Hand: Creative Every Day - Gratitude Mandala - Day 1 Back in 2012, I did a weekly gratitude list that was part of the Take a Stitch Tuesday embroidery journal I was doing throughout the year. I have missed doing that in 2013, and have been thinking about something to do in place of that. So, on October 14th, I began writing a daily gratitude list. "Toddler" is 20 Years Old, and Forever Young, Due to Baffling Medical Condition 20-year-old BrookeBrooke Greenberg may be 20 years old, but she remains forever trapped inside the body and mind of a toddler, due to a mystery medical condition that has baffled medical experts for years. Also on Shine: How Facebook Saved a Child's Life (and Could Save Many More) "From age one to four, Brooke changed. She got a little bit bigger," explained her father, Howard, during the family's appearance on Thursday's "Katie" with Katie Couric. "But age four, four to five, she stopped."