Reader View · 4 min read · Apr 29th · When negative thinking becomes the norm, it can contribute to mental health problems including social anxiety, low self-esteem, and even depression. To avoid falling into that pattern, let’s explore… · Shared by 3420, including ellie-kempton, Stephanie A Kowalski, Massimiliano Aroffo, Tamsen Webster, Message Strategist (she/her)
when you’re already feeling anxious or depressed, succumbing to negative thought patterns is unfortunately likely to worsen the way you feel.
Reader View · 4 min read · Jun 16th · Unfinished tasks can overwhelm us or motivate us. These contradictory experiences are due to the Zeigarnik and the Ovsiankina effects. · Shared by 2738, including Stephanie A Kowalski, 👨✈️ AA-Admiral ⚓🚀🌌, Ines Bieler
compared to a task that has not yet been started, individuals have a stronger urge to complete interrupted or unfinished assignments.
Reader View · 8 min read · From 2019 · Decoding the science behind the interactions that keep you binging · Shared by 265, including Merkstatt@troet.cafe, TNW Top Stories, Damian Madray, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Jonathan Kogan, CSS Weekly, Nick Floro, Nico Müller 🇺🇦, DestoWakabayashi, Christoph Wilke, Marsha Collier, Fanzo 🧢 11.11.22, Chris Heilmann firstname.lastname@example.org, Jo Hemmings 🇺🇦, Bob E. Hayes, tcherno, Дмитрий Кобец, Birgit Schefer, Blake Morgan, Thomas Power
Reader View · 5 min read · From 2019 · The skill you most need at work is one that also helps you at home, says psychology expert and best-selling author Nir Eyal. · Shared by 553, including Nir Eyal, Thomas Power, Martin Soorjoo, Damir Kusar, John Nosta, Jennifer Hurst, Ceferino Díaz, Prof. Arun Kumar वाघचौरे, Lee Keyes, Gerrit Eicker, Johannes Dornisch, Merkstatt@troet.cafe, Michelle Tandler, Fabrizio Bianchi, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Daron Larson, Tom Connor, Carly, Mari Smith, Gabrielle Mendoza
In 1971, the psychologist Herbert A. Simon emphasized that a wealth of information means a dearth of something else: attention.
Reader View · 2 min read · Apr 28th · It's not necessarily just wishful thinking. · Shared by 1096, including Stephanie A Kowalski, Tamsen Webster, Message Strategist (she/her)
While it may get you into a positive mindset and help you focus on reaching your goals, the idea of manifestation can fail to acknowledge some of the systemic barriers to success in our society, Bartz points out.
Reader View · 7 min read · From 2020 · A complete list of cognitive biases and design principles with tons of examples, checklists and quizzes to help you improve your user experience. · Shared by 773, including Oscar MacDonald, Neil Hart 💙, Tom Connor, Jansnet, Alberto, George Waititu, Matthias Lampe, Christian P. Stobbe, Ilia Markov, Álvaro Felipe, Chris Heilmann email@example.com, Courtney Bolton ★, Evan (he/him), Helmi also on 🐘, Zain Fathoni, Nir Eyal, @firstname.lastname@example.org, Stephanie A Kowalski, bouiboui, Victor Lee
Reader View · ~18 min read · From 2020 · This extensive article discusses how the human pursuit of happiness can be measured, studied, and applied to increase world happiness. · Shared by 754, including Ceferino Díaz, Jacob du Toit, Katja Evertz
Happiness can be measured by these three factors: the presence of positive emotions, the absence of negative emotions, and life satisfaction
Reader View · From 2020 · The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, a speech given in 1995 by legendary investor Charlie Munger, opened my eyes to how behavioral psychology can be applied to business and problem-solving. Munger,… · Shared by 753, including Liv 😷, Jose Paul Martin, Josh Wolfe, Marvin “Polymath but really Just Generalist” Liao, Chintan Shah, Gabrielle Mendoza, 瑞拿頭, Vikram Dutt, Jason Zweig, Tauno, StanChan, Ayala Sherbow, Rifki Caesar Novaldin, davidabrock, Ceferino Díaz, Fern, Carly
Reader View · 9 min read · Jun 28th · Color is one of the most powerful tools in your design toolkit. Learn how to harness the power of color symbolism by exploring different color meanings. · Shared by 640, including Beate Jordaan, Stephanie A Kowalski
color symbolism is a powerful force that’s been reinforced over millennia. Red has served as a symbol of evil since at least 4,000 B.C