Do you sometimes struggle to get things done in time? Do you feel overwhelmed and like you don’t have enough time to do it all? In this blog, I present a powerful technique to up your time management game.
The Student Success Series features Student Ambassadors from the Canadian Positive Psychology Association. They share what strengths, mindsets, and strategies helped them succeed as students.
This blog covers the science of self-control: what it is, how to train it, what to do when you’re out of it, as well as its critical role in the expression of prejudice and discriminatory behaviours.
Evidence suggests hypnosis can improve a great number of psychotherapeutic and medical interventions, especially when used as an adjunct, but it can also induce false memories.
Is there such a thing as the ideal personality? Evidence suggests that people that are extraverted, open, agreeable, conscientious, and emotionally stable seem to experience the most positive outcomes.
The concept of The Secret, “you attract what you think about”, powerfully appeals to mass audiences, perhaps because it has some real, though indirect, benefits on motivation and goal attainment. But it also comes with major drawbacks.