Why Altruism is Selfish: Psychology Explains the Paradox Paid Members Public
Understanding the “benefit of giving” would improve social outcomes. Hence, thinking about the social effect of our choices is relevant when selfishness is aimed at maximizing the received value with the effect of positively impacting the people around us.
Focus On The Launch Control Centre Paid Members Public
When we reach for production output or overall impact at 10x or more of the competition, we do so with remarkable drive and ambition. We become experts in adaptation, utilizing a minimum of resources to create unprecedented growth and success.
Psychological Aging Clocks: a Measure of Emotional Health and Well-being? Paid Members Public
Having seen how perceived age has a great influence on promoting health and coping with physical diseases, closer attention should be paid to how stressful life events negatively affect health outcomes and biological aging.
Neuroeconomics: the Science of Economic Research Paid Members Public
While trying to understand the implications on behavior and well-being, neuroeconomics aims to define a computational and neurobiological framework that accounts for choice processes.
The Power of Saying “NO”: From Psychology to Neuroscience Paid Members Public
Learning to say No is also related to emotional intelligence (EQ). Hence, adapting one's own and others' emotional states would help in managing tasks, relationships, and challenging situations. Studies showed higher EQ is associated with mental health, job performance, and leadership .
The Psychology of Wellbeing: From Scarcity to Abundance Paid Members Public
Wellness influences a variety of dimensions in our lives (e.g., physical health, emotional stability, relationships, and material resources). Even when individuals try to adopt positive behaviors, anxiety and depression are always on the prowl.