Is there a badly bought pair of shoes or jeans in your wardrobe that you just won’t throw away? When we sink money into something often we don’t want to admit we’re wrong. Now a solution to one of the great decision making traps. Mindfulness helps us balance out the past and the future in the present.
Study suggests ways social media site could bridge political divide
Women consuming probiotics lost twice as much weight over the 24-week period of the study
Adolescents who ate poor breakfasts displayed a higher incidence of metabolic syndrome 27 years later
Just fifteen minutes practice at mindfulness meditation reduces people's vulnerability to the sunk-cost bias - our usual tendency to persist with lost causes because of what we've already invested.
A new study has found that causal, directional connections between these brain networks can be linked to differences in religious thought.
"The human brain works slower in old age," says Ramscar, "but only because we have stored more information over time."
“Our findings together show that people typically find truth-telling to be more rewarding than lying in different types of deceptive situations,” says Prof. Kang Lee
Klatzky and Creswell describe and adapt a model of inter-sensory interaction — how multiple senses combine to form perception — that will give scientists a new and clearer avenue to investigate priming in the future.
Just how are adults learning to use technology? Chances are if you are a parent, your child is teaching you.