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A mudança radical de personalidade de uma pessoa com 14 e 77 anos - Nexo Jornal. Não foi encontrada uma correlação expressiva entre os traços de personalidade de uma mesma pessoa na adolescência e velhice A frase que diz que “não se atravessa um rio duas vezes”, do filósofo da Antiguidade Heráclito, fala sobre as transformações que sofremos ao longo da vida, que também atingem tudo ao nosso redor.

A mudança radical de personalidade de uma pessoa com 14 e 77 anos - Nexo Jornal

Por essa lógica, o rio nunca será o mesmo, por se tratar de uma água corrente, assim como o indivíduo também não. Dizer que somos diferentes na adolescência e na velhice parece óbvio se levarmos em conta tudo que acontece entre uma ponta e outra. Interactive Sex Questionnaire for Couples. Interviews with serial killers. Cognitive Neuroscience in Education. Ask for Someone’s Opinion to Kickstart a Conversation.

Creatures of Habit: How Neurons Weigh Behavioral Cost and Reward. We are creatures of habit, nearly mindlessly executing routine after routine.

Creatures of Habit: How Neurons Weigh Behavioral Cost and Reward

Some habits we feel good about; others, less so. Habits are, after all, thought to be driven by reward-seeking mechanisms that are built into the brain. It turns out, however, that the brain’s habit-forming circuits may also be wired for efficiency. New research from MIT shows that habit formation, at least in primates, is driven by neurons that represent the cost of a habit, as well as the reward. “The brain seems to be wired to seek some near optimality of cost and benefit,” says Ann Graybiel, an Institute Professor at MIT and also a member of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research. This study is the first to show that cost considerations are wired into the learning of habits. The anatomy of a habit Previous work by Graybiel and her colleagues discovered clear beginning and ending signals in the brain when habits are performed. In addition, these habitual eye-scanning patterns became more efficient. Worrying-about-stuff-is-a-sign-of-intelligence.

The tendency to worry about stuff could be a sign of a certain kind of intelligence, according to a paper in an upcoming edition of the journal Personality and Individual Differences (hat tip to Christian Jarrett at the British Psychology Society's Research Digest for spotting it first).

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What it means to "hold space" for people, plus eight tips on how to do it well - Heather Plett. When my mom was dying, my siblings and I gathered to be with her in her final days.

What it means to "hold space" for people, plus eight tips on how to do it well - Heather Plett

None of us knew anything about supporting someone in her transition out of this life into the next, but we were pretty sure we wanted to keep her at home, so we did. While we supported mom, we were, in turn, supported by a gifted palliative care nurse, Ann, who came every few days to care for mom and to talk to us about what we could expect in the coming days. She taught us how to inject Mom with morphine when she became restless, she offered to do the difficult tasks (like giving Mom a bath), and she gave us only as much information as we needed about what to do with Mom’s body after her spirit had passed. “Take your time,” she said. “You don’t need to call the funeral home until you’re ready.

Ann gave us an incredible gift in those final days. In the two years since then, I’ve often thought about Ann and the important role she played in our lives. What does it mean to hold space for someone else? 5 Surefire Ways to Kill a Relationship. It’s true enough that, day to day, all couples disagree and fight but research makes clear that it’s how we fight, and how often, that matters.

5 Surefire Ways to Kill a Relationship

The more such behaviors you see in your marriage—coming from either you or your spouse—the more slippery the slope. And, of course, focusing on how you resolve conflict alone isn’t the whole story: You need to ask yourself what you’re doing when you’re not fighting, too. The Psychology of Music. Jdm15923a. Why You Should Be Sleeping in the Nude. Como flechar o coração de todos aqueles que conhecer. Contamos com sete segundos e apenas uma oportunidade, segundo a famosa coach internacional Carol Kinsey Goman, para causar uma primeira boa impressão.

Como flechar o coração de todos aqueles que conhecer

Não acontece todos os dias, mas frequentemente, e, hoje, precisamente, pode ser o dia em que você vai conhecer essa pessoa especial para quem tem que parecer deslumbrante. Vamos estabelecer uma pergunta clara: Como é possível agradar? Psychology studies relevant to everyday life from PsyBlog. 10 Best-Ever Anxiety-Management Techniques. By Margaret Wehrenberg "I don't think I want to live if I have to go on feeling like this.

10 Best-Ever Anxiety-Management Techniques

" I hear this remark all too often from anxiety sufferers. They say it matter-of-factly or dramatically, but they all feel the same way: if anxiety symptoms are going to rule their lives, then their lives don't seem worth living. What is it about anxiety that's so horrific that otherwise high-functioning people are frantic to escape it? The sensations of doom or dread or panic felt by sufferers are truly overwhelming--the very same sensations, in fact, that a person would feel if the worst really were happening. But what clients don't know when they start taking meds is the unacknowledged cost of relying solely on pills: they'll never learn some basic methods that can control or eliminate their symptoms without meds.

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A equipe do psicólogo Arthur Aron (aquele mesmo da pesquisa na Ponte Suspensa de Capilano) havia convidado voluntários para responder a uma série de perguntas sobre estilo de vida, hobbies, interesses etc. You're Distracted. This Professor Can Help. - Technology. By Marc Parry Seattle Matthew Ryan Williams for The Chronicle Before each class session, David Levy leads his students in a few minutes of meditation.

You're Distracted. This Professor Can Help. - Technology

To complete her homework assignment, Meran Hill needed total concentration. The University of Washington senior shut the blinds in her studio apartment. Then she plunged into the task: Spend 15 minutes doing e-mail. Why Do Men Prefer Nice Women?: Responsiveness and Desire - Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Friday, July 25, 2014 (0 Comments) Posted by: Jen Santisi People's emotional reactions and desires in initial romantic encounters determine the fate of a potential relationship.

Why Do Men Prefer Nice Women?: Responsiveness and Desire - Society for Personality and Social Psychology

Responsiveness may be one of those initial "sparks" necessary to fuel sexual desire and land a second date. However, it may not be a desirable trait for both men and women on a first date. Does responsiveness increase sexual desire in the other person? Do men perceive responsive women as more attractive, and does the same hold true for women's perceptions of men? Femininity and Attractiveness. How to Deal with Chronic Complainers.