Month: April 2020

The Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) Difference: Activating Positive Cognitions Rather than Deactivating Negative Cognitions
Psychology

The Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) Difference: Activating Positive Cognitions Rather than Deactivating Negative Cognitions

This recent article by Dr. Aaron T. Beck describes the biological underpinnings of an individual’s responses to various situations, and how these responses can create cognitive biases that may influence an individual’s personality and potential psychological disorders. It then explains a recent shift in psychology, from centering therapy on the correction of negative symptoms and […]

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Mind Tricks

Exposing The Secrets Of The Law Of Attraction And Mind Tricks

To keep sound lifestyle which is positive to mind development. The mind acts and learns in reaction to situations and conditions; this affects a learning process which displays any human personality and behavior. Most people who’ve had negative mind exposures while growing up normally develop personalities which may not be welcoming to other people in […]

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Being a ‘Fun’ Kid Linked to Higher Social Status
Psychology

Being a ‘Fun’ Kid Linked to Higher Social Status

In a new study, researchers investigated whether being a “fun” kid can contribute to popularity or being well-liked among peers. They found that the fun-status association can work both ways: Being fun can lead to higher social status, while higher status can lead to more opportunities to be fun. “We had good reasons to suspect […]

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Psychology

The Best Psychology Books To Read?

 Are you wondering on what books are available for psychology. Indeed, psychology books are too useful as it can help to figure out how your mind works, how we make decisions and ,  the influence others then these books will assist you.  Just Listen Mark Goulston is a therapist and shows how to take responsibility […]

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Beck Institute
Psychology

Covid-19 Updates from Beck Institute’s International Advisory Committee: Part 2

Last week, we shared updates from International Advisory Committee members in the UK, Romania, Australia, Brazil and the Netherlands. This week, committee members from six more countries write about how the pandemic and related social distancing measures are impacting mental health in their countries and how they’ve been helping. We are pleased to share the […]

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Mental well being

How mental health affects physical health ?

Expressing human emotions is a natural way of speaking out about what you actually feel and what you are thinking. There are various emotions which a human being can express throughout a day. Mental illness is an issue which is widely discussed. It is a very critical condition which some people face in their life. […]

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Psychology

The Psychology of Culture

On the evolutionary, contemporary and universal dimensions of culture and identifying the main research areas in cultural psychology The term culture would mean the entire gamut of activities, beliefs, lifestyle, habits, rituals, arts, ethics and behavioral patterns of a society. Yet despite the wide definition of culture, the elements of culture being too varied and […]

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Strategies to Relieve COVID-19 Anxiety
Psychology

Strategies to Relieve COVID-19 Anxiety

A new Harris poll confirms what most of us already know – we are stressed and anxious about the effects of COVID-19. Pollsters found that more Americans are fearful of experiencing increased anxiety than paying their bills or job-related issues. Researchers respond that the finding does present some good news as there are several ways […]

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