Psychology

  • Motivation is the force that drives behavior
    Psychology

    Motivation is the force that drives behavior

    Motivation is the reason behind a particular behavior. For example, a teacher can forgive a student for forgetting a notebook if he knows that the student is simply in a very difficult family situation.

  • Нow to improve memory – let’s talk about the 5 pillars
    Personal development

    Нow to improve memory – let’s talk about the 5 pillars

    Is thinking possible in the complete absence of memory? The question is interesting. If there is no memory, there is no place to register experience, without which thinking is impossible - since thinking relies, among other things, on experience.

  • Personality – does it really exist?
    Personal development

    Personality – does it really exist?

    Personality is one of the key aspects of psychology. But does it really exist? On what basis is this determined?

  • Ikigai – Japanese philosophy of life
    Personal development

    Ikigai – Japanese philosophy of life

    Ikigai - if you translate this concept into Russian literally, you get "the meaning of life", while Ken Mogi prefers to use a more figurative definition, according to which ikigai is what makes you want to wake up in the morning.

  • Intuition – listen and it will help
    Personal development

    Intuition – listen and it will help

    When we talk about intuition, for the first time we have the ability to anticipate what will happen, which in itself sounds very tempting. Who wouldn't want to take a glimpse into the future, even for a second, or be able to save themselves some trouble?

  • Motivation: how to get and not lose motivated
    Personal development

    Motivation: how to get and not lose motivated

    We all want motivation, we all need it, but most of us just don't get enough of it. Motivation can be elusive, and when we manage to find it within ourselves, we find it difficult to sustain it.

  • Phobia – irrational fear
    Psychology

    Phobia – irrational fear

    The term "phobia" refers to a wide range of psychological disorders such as agoraphobia, claustrophobia, social phobia, etc.

  • How to resolve conflicts at home and at work
    Psychology

    How to resolve conflicts at home and at work

    Human life consists of all sorts of contradictions and disagreements. Communication in a society without conflicts, unfortunately, is impossible.

  • How to overcome fear and not panic
    Psychology

    How to overcome fear and not panic

    Fear is a negative emotion that arises against the background of fear for one's life and health, as well as for the life of loved ones. According to psychologists, fear is the strongest feeling that a person can experience.

  • Creativity – how to start thinking creatively?
    Personal development

    Creativity – how to start thinking creatively?

    Creativity - on the one hand, an element associated with our innate talents and predisposition, on the other, as a kind of skill that we can develop.

  • Conflict – don’t poison your life with this
    Psychology

    Conflict – don’t poison your life with this

    Conflict is a clash of views, beliefs, opinions of two or more opponents. Participants in a dispute may have conflicting information, have different approaches to solving a particular problem.

  • Conspiracy theories: why do people believe in them?
    Culture

    Conspiracy theories: why do people believe in them?

    A Conspiracy Theory is an unconventional explanation for something in a world that involves secret, powerful, and often sinister groups. This is speculative, that is, not based on verified facts.

  • Mentoring: essence and components
    Psychology

    Mentoring: essence and components

    Mentoring is a form of relationship between a mentor, who plays a leading role, and a student, which consists in developing the potential of the mentee.

  • Yoga – an activity for the soul and body
    Psychology

    Yoga – an activity for the soul and body

    Yoga came to us from India. In ancient times, it was meant as a practical system for knowing oneself. It consists of exercises called asanas, meditations and breathing techniques. Thanks to this, a person develops physically, spiritually and mentally.

  • Happiness – it is and you can be happy
    Psychology

    Happiness – it is and you can be happy

    Ideas about happiness are purely individual. For some, happiness is a large and friendly family, frequent visits to relatives and joint family leisure.